Peter Bogardus is a photographer, printer, and book artist best known for his images documenting spiritual pilgrimages. He shoots predominantly with a large format film camera and prints his images from etched copper plates as photogravures. He produces his work in his studio in New York under his own imprint, Khelcom New York. He is a 2012 recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship Award for Photography, and held in permanent collections at British Library, Oxford University, Library of Congress, Schomburg Center, NYPL, Smithsonian Museum, Spencer Collection, NYPL, Yale, UCLA, Stanford, and many more.
Photographed from the window of a slow moving train on a journey across China, Peter Bogardus's latest body of work is a meditation on the passage of time and of the persistence of memory.
Peter Bogardus is a photographer, printer, and book artist best known for his photogravure images documenting spiritual life in Africa. His pilgrimages have culminated in numerous books, the latest of which, Places of Reverence, will be displayed in this exhibition.