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.


The Do Good Fund is building an exceptional collection of Southern photographs, a collection that grows and grows, promising tobecome the most complete and comprehensive collection of photographs of the American South we have, all in one place."

 -- John Wall, The Southern Photographer Blog



Lauren Henkin will be our first ever artist in residence

The Do Good Fund is pleased to announce that New York-based visual artist Lauren Henkin has been selected as its inaugural Artist-in-Residence. This month-long residence program will take place in Hale County, Alabama, during May, 2015. Born in Washington, D.C., Henkin graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis. Her work is focused on the tension between preservation and extinction as told through the American landscape. Henkin’s work resides in over twenty institutional collections, including the Cleveland Museum of Art, Portland Art Museum, Smith College Museum of Art, Yale University, and the Southeast Museum of Photography. She is represented by Foley Gallery in New York City.

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