New Paul Fusco RFK Photos to Benefit the Magnum Foundation!
We’re honored to present to you our second set of photographs from Paul Fusco’s RFK Funeral Train series, FUP1968010K078 + FUP1968010K082, offered as a pair to benefit the Magnum Foundation’s Legacy Program.
In the newsletter, Sara writes:

In this work and in his other photos, the frailty of humans and our experience is persistent. Paul reminds us, “everything we make wears out and breaks.” This is true, too, of the country we might have built with RFK at the helm. But still reeling from the loss of Martin Luther King Jr. earlier that year, and the assassination of JFK just five years prior, RFK’s death seemed something Americans/America might never recover from.
New Paul Fusco RFK Photos to Benefit the Magnum Foundation!
We’re honored to present to you our second set of photographs from Paul Fusco’s RFK Funeral Train series, FUP1968010K078 + FUP1968010K082, offered as a pair to benefit the Magnum Foundation’s Legacy Program.
In the newsletter, Sara writes:

In this work and in his other photos, the frailty of humans and our experience is persistent. Paul reminds us, “everything we make wears out and breaks.” This is true, too, of the country we might have built with RFK at the helm. But still reeling from the loss of Martin Luther King Jr. earlier that year, and the assassination of JFK just five years prior, RFK’s death seemed something Americans/America might never recover from.

New Paul Fusco RFK Photos to Benefit the Magnum Foundation!

We’re honored to present to you our second set of photographs from Paul Fusco’s RFK Funeral Train series, FUP1968010K078 + FUP1968010K082, offered as a pair to benefit the Magnum Foundation’s Legacy Program.

In the newsletter, Sara writes:

In this work and in his other photos, the frailty of humans and our experience is persistent. Paul reminds us, “everything we make wears out and breaks.” This is true, too, of the country we might have built with RFK at the helm. But still reeling from the loss of Martin Luther King Jr. earlier that year, and the assassination of JFK just five years prior, RFK’s death seemed something Americans/America might never recover from.