Colm Henry has generously donated a limited-edition photograph to the African Well Fund. The photograph was taken of Bono during the “Rattle & Hum” recording sessions. The print measures 20 x 24 inches and is No. 3 in an edition of only 15 copies.
The limited-edition photograph will be up for bid May 5 through May 10. Bids will start at $500.
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Henry began his photography career in Ireland in the late 1970s. He first met U2 at The Baggott Inn in 1978 and worked with the group for more than 10 years. Henry’s photographs from that era are featured in “U2: The Early Years by Colm Henry”, on exhibit through June 6 at the Proud Camden gallery in London.
Henry’s work has appeared in publications including Hot Press, Hello, The Sunday Times, Marie Claire and VIP, as well as the first posters and tour programs for “Riverdance.”
To place a bid on the limited-edition Colm Henry photograph, click here.
The African Well Fund’s eighth annual Build a Well for Bono’s Birthday is a 50-day fundraiser that aims to raise $50,000 to fund a clean water and sanitation project in Zimbabwe in honor of Bono’s 50th birthday. The fundraiser launched on March 22 and will conclude on May 10, Bono’s birthday. To learn more about the fundraiser, or to make a donation, click here.