David Fraser Jenkins has selected numerous exhibitions of John Piper's work, including the retrospective for the artist's eightieth birthday at the Tate (now Tate Britain) in 1983. He was a curator at the National Museum of Wales, where he first met the artist. He has written extensively about Piper's photographs, his paintings of the 1930s and 1940s, his paintings of Snowdonia and his work for the stage.Hugh Fowler-Wright began collecting and researching John Piper's art in 1993. This has led to him assisting with loans and catalogue entries for many exhibitions from Grey College, Durham in 1999 to the Portland Gallery in 2013. He has written about John Piper's diverse and extensive creativity in Piper in Print (2010) and Creative Partnerships (2011).