Talk about putting your best foot forward. Since opening its doors in late 2013, the International Photography Hall of Fame has quickly established itself as a player in the city's art scene. In less than a year, the 6,000-square-foot gallery has hosted two lush shows — Decisive Moments — 20th Century Street Photography and Portrait/Process — featuring original prints by everyone from Henri Cartier-Bresson and André Kertész, to Yousuf Karsh and William Claxton. With a handsome gift shop, a deep photographic archive and a rich inventory of historical cameras, the IPHF has a little something for everyone from the aesthete to the gear nerd. Add to that its collaboration with Grand Center's recently opened wine bar, the Dark Room, and we can hardly wait to see what the IPHF develops next.