The Do Good Fund
The Do Good Fund is a non-profit collection of contemporary southern photography of both established & emerging artists who photograph the South.
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Exhibitions

 

EXHIBITIONS

 

 

Alabama Art: Inside Out
May
9
to Nov 9

Alabama Art: Inside Out

  • Troy University's International Arts Center (map)
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Troy University’s International Arts Center was established in 2016 and houses the Fred “Nall” Hollis Museum, which features an extensive collection of Nall’s works from the 1960s to the present. Alabama Art: Inside Out presents portraits from Nall’s Alabama art series, alongside works from the depicted artists. Two of The Do Good Fund’s William Christenberry photographs are included in this eclectic exhibition.

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ONE PLACE UNDERSTOOD: PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE DO GOOD FUND COLLECTION
Mar
22
to Jun 10

ONE PLACE UNDERSTOOD: PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE DO GOOD FUND COLLECTION

  • Ogden Museum of Southern Art (map)
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Inspired by Eudora Welty's observation that “one place understood helps us understand all places better," curators Amy Miller of Atlanta Celebrates Photography and The Do Good Fund founder, Alan Rothschild, selected photographs for One Place Understood that, taken together, illustrate a place that is “The South:” a place on the map, an environment, and stories that are simultaneously simple and complex. Universally comprehended, and yet deeply personal, these images provide an opportunity for viewers to understand the South, and perhaps all places, better.

https://ogdenmuseum.org/exhibition/one-place-understood/

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Pictures of Us: Southern Portrait Photography from the Collection of the Do Good Fund
Jan
1
to Mar 31

Pictures of Us: Southern Portrait Photography from the Collection of the Do Good Fund

Athens, GA - January - March, 2016, A Conversation with Photographer Billy Weeks on Gordon Parks, February 16th, Russell Special Collections library; Bill Ferris Global Georgia lecture sponsored by the University of Georgia’s Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, Georgia Museum of Art, February 18th; Portfolio Reviews and Photographers Panel, Lyndon House, February 19th, featuring Baldwin Lee, Mike Smith, Mark Steinmetz, Jill Frank, Michael David Murphy and panel moderator Marni Shindelman. More details on all of the Athens exhibitions and events available here.

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Southern Landscape: Bearing the Mark University of New Orleans, St. Claude Gallery, New Orleans, LA.
Mar
14
to Apr 5

Southern Landscape: Bearing the Mark University of New Orleans, St. Claude Gallery, New Orleans, LA.

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