Selected Solo Exhibitions
2016: Muhammad Ali: Fighter’s Heaven 1974. Serena Morton II Gallery, London, England.
2008: South India Color. Consulate of India, New York, New York.
2007: An Impulse to Celebrate: Twenty South Indian Photographic Encounters. South Oxford Space, Brooklyn, New York
2006: Beyond Gravity. Walter Reade Frieda and Roy Furman Gallery, Lincoln Center Film Society, New York, New York.
2006: Floatographs! Waterfront Museum, Brooklyn, New York.
2002: Muhammad Ali, 1974. The Field Gallery, West Tisbury, Massachusetts.
2002: Encounter: Mozambique, 2001. The Field Gallery, West Tisbury, Massachusetts.
2001: Old Copper Series. The Field Gallery, West Tisbury, Massachusetts.
2000: Thirty-four Photographs: Selected Work 1968-1999. The Savanna Gallery, Edgartown, Massachusetts.
1999: Vineyard Luminosity. The Field Gallery, West Tisbury, Massachusetts.
1998: Time and Moschen Studies. Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, Beckett, Massachusetts.
1998: Robert Wilson: At Work. Fourth Street Photo Gallery, New York, New York.
1978: Big Apple Circus. International Center of Photography, New York, New York.
1977: The Juggler's Dream. The Westchester Gallery, Westchester, New York.

Collaborative Exhibition
2001: George Deem and Peter Angelo Simon: Paintings and Photographs in Conversation. Evansville Museum of Arts and Science, Evansville, Indiana.

Selected Group Shows
2016: I Am The Greatest: Muhammad Ali at The O2. The O2, London, England.
2015: Muhammad Ali. Camera Work Gallery, Kantstrasse 149, Berlin, Germany.
2008: Chelsea Hotel Through the Eyes of Photographers. Chelsea Hotel Ballroom, New York, New York.
2005: Circus Dreams. Washington Art Association, Washington Depot, Connecticut.
2003: Double Exposure. Soho Photo Gallery, New York, New York.
2003: Here and Now. Silicon Gallery, Brooklyn, New York.
2002: Here is New York: A Democracy of Photographs. 116 Prince Street, New York, New York. 9/11 Exhibition and Archive.
1990: Spiral Dreams. Mountainview Gallery, Woodstock, New York. Collaborative show with Laura Donnely Dance Group.
1985: Experimental Color Photography. Kodak Professional Photography Exhibition, EPCOT Center, Florida.
1979: Experimental Color. Greenglass Multi-media Gallery, New York, New York.
1978: APA International Exhibition of Photography. Traveling exhibition, Japan and Europe.
1973: Light and Lens. The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York.
1972: Nude in Black and White. The Neikrug Gallery, New York, New York.

Selected Bibliography
"Muhammad Ali: Fighter’s Heaven 1974". Photographs and text. Reel Art Press, London, August 2016.
"GOAT: A Tribute to Muhammad Ali". Photographs and text. Taschen, Koln, Spring, 2004.
Felix Dennis, "Muhammad Ali: The Glory Years". Photographs. Eubury Press, London, 2002; Mirimax, New York, 2003.
Ken Lassiter, "Sailing on the Line Between Art and Photography". Interview and photographs. Photographer's Forum, Serbin Communications, Santa Barbara, California, February 2003.
Constance Bond. "An Artist's New Take on the Old Schools: George Deem in a Class by Himself". Portrait photograph. Smithsonian Magazine, Washington DC, July 1993.
Claire Dunne. "Carl Jung: Wounded Healer of the Soul". Photographs. Parabola Books, New York, 2001.
Evansville Museum of Arts And Science. Exhibition catalog. George Deem and Peter Angelo Simon: Paintings and Photographs in Conversation. Photographs. Evansville Museum of Arts and Science, Evansville, Indiana, 2001.
Fred Hapgood. "The Good News About Viruses". Photographs. Smithsonian Magazine. Washington, DC, November 1987.
Thomas Hauser. "Muhammad Ali in Perspective". Photographs. Collins Publishers, San Francisco. Harper Collins, 1994.
The Hudson River Museum. Exhibition catalog. Light and Lens. Photographs. The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York, 1973.
Maya Pines. "Right Brain/Left Brain: Two Astonishingly Different Personalities". Cover Photograph. The New York Times Magazine. The New York Times, September 9, 1973.
Wilfred Sheed. "Muhammad Ali". Photographs. An Alskog Book. Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1975.
Laura Simms. "Crossing into the Invisible". Photographs. Parabola Magazine, Threshold issue. The Society for the Study of Myth and Tradition, New York, 2000.
Peter Angelo Simon. "Big Apple Circus". Text and Photographs. Penguin Books, New York, 1978.
Peter Angelo Simon. "Equestrian Dreams". Photographs. Martha's Vineyard Magazine. Edgartown, Massachusetts, July 2000.
Nancy Stevens. "Peter Angelo Simon's Family Albums". Photographs. Popular Photography, 33mm Photography. New York, Winter 1977.
Andrew Wylie. "Ali: the Greatest Champ". Photographs. Free press, New York, 1974.

Commissioned Work
Peter Angelo Simon and Linda Brenner. Portrait of Amos. Eighty documentary photographs projected onto sculptural group. Anonymous private collector, 1972.

D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus. Bessie: A Portrait of Bessie Schonberg. A documentary film. Peter Angelo Simon, co-producer. Pennebaker Hegedus Films, New York, 1998.

Selected Collections
New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, Connecticut
Artservice, Paris, France
Evansville Museum of Arts and Science, Evansville, Indiana
Byrd Hoffman Foundation, New York, New York
Albert and Susan Gillotti, Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts
Andy Goldman and Susan Heilbron, Chilmark, Massachusetts
Marcy Gringlas and Joel Greenberg, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Robert Wilson, The Watermill Center, Watermill, New York