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



Slow Exposures 2016

Slow Exposures 2016 takes place September 16-18, in lovely Pike County, Georgia. As Elisabeth Biondi wrote in The New Yorker, "For one weekend every year since 2003, tiny Concord, Georgia, population 336, becomes a photography mecca. "Slow Exposures" lures photographers, curators, and editors to look at pictures from the South, to discuss and debate them, and to exchange experiences..."

We are so pleased to be invited to co-curate a show of contemporary photography from the American South with Ain't-Bad at "The Do Bad Barn" on Split Oak Farm. Artists exhibited include Rylan Steele, Jeff Rich, Megan King, Molly Lamb, RaMell Ross, Celestia Morgan, Rachel Boillot, Aaron Canipe and Whitten Sabbatini.

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