Peter Bahouth - ZMA Board Member
Peter Bahouth is a stereoscopic photographer and environmental advocate based out of Atlanta. Professional highlights include serving as the Executive Director of the U.S. Climate Action Network, the Turner Foundation, and Greenpeace USA.
Bahouth’s stereoscopic exhibits include: ”Birth of a Red Planet,” at Hagedorn Gallery; “Sadie’s Choice” at Marcia Wood Gallery; the University of Southern Florida Museum of Contemporary Art’s exhibition, "Stereo Vision," which included works by Rochelle Costi, Chuck Close, and Bahouth; and the Zuckerman Museum of Art group show, “Pause.” Other exhibits include Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta; The Flow Art Fair, Miami; Pulse Art Fair, New York; and Kenise Barnes Fine Art in Larchmont, New York.
In 2004, Bahouth was awarded the Atlanta Celebrates Photography Public Arts Project. His project, "Post No Bills," included thirty stereoscopic viewers placed in pedestrian areas of Atlanta.
In addition to the Zuckerman Museum of Art, Bahouth currently sits on the board of HeadCount and has led Strategic Planning Committees for the Environmental Grantmakers Association, Hambidge Center, Atlanta Celebrates Photography, and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia. Bahouth received his Bachelor of Arts at the University of Rochester and graduated from the New England School of Law with his Juris Doctor.