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J.E. Piper Edit Profile

artist , historian , photographer

J.E. Piper, American artist, photographer, historian. Board director Bronx County His. Society, New York, 1970—1973, chairman landmarks committee, 1970—1973; vice. president Bronx Science Society and Letters, 1974—1977.

Background

Piper, J.E. was born on March 21, 1952 in New York City.

Education

Associate of Arts, John Jay College, New York City, 1973. AB, Herbert H. Lehman College, Bronx, New York, 1975. Master of Arts, University Maryland, College Park, 1977.

Career

With editorial service Time Incorporated, New York York City, 1976—1987. Researcher Cooper Union, 1988—1992. Researcher, writer United Negro College Fund, 1992—1994.

Research analyst American Civil Liberties Union, 1994—2006. Freelance artist and photographer, since 2006. Historian, independent curator with numerous publications and exhibition, since 1970.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor/curator (art, photos, articles to Art/Life magazine, 1983-1990), contributor/editor (articles/photography, Bronx County History Society Journal, 1970-1973). Exhibitions include work featured in art exhibition in galleries and museum, United States, Europe, and Japan, since 1976.

Membership

Board director Bronx County His. Society, New York, 1970—1973, chairman landmarks committee, 1970—1973. Vice. president Bronx Science Society and Letters, 1974—1977.