In 2010 a letter by British explorer, missionary and abolitionist David Livingstone, which had been in the personal collection of Peter Beard since 1966, became the first nineteenth-century British literary document to be deciphered using a multispectral imaging process. Livingstone’s Letter from Bambarre was written by David Livingstone in 1871 chronicling his experiences in Africa to his friend and future editor Horace Waller.
Peter Beard was on Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin on WNYC radio in 2012.
Taschen reprinted Peter Beard in an updated one volume trade edition in 2013.
The 50th Anniversary Edition of The End of the Game was published by Taschen in September 2015 with an introduction by the author Paul Thoreaux.

The Gordon Parks Foundation in Pleasantville, New York exhibited Gordon Parks: Collages by Peter Beard from January to April of 2016.

A retrospective, Last Word from Paradise, was presented at Guild Hall Museum in East Hampton in the summer of 2016. Divided into two sections installed in separate galleries, the exhibition was organized around the two outposts that Peter Beard calls home – Africa and the East End of Long Island.

In 2017 Beard’s work is included in a group show Earth Muse: Art and the Environment at the Heckscher Museum in Huntington, New York.

From 2017 to 2020, Beard’s work will be exhibited as a part of The Polaroid Project, a traveling exhibition mounted by the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography. Venues include The Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, TX, WestLicht Museum for Photography in Vienna, Austria, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg in Hamburg, Germany, C/O Berlin in Berlin, Germany, and MIT Museum in Cambridge, Massachusetts.