RFK Funeral Train(Softcover)

Paul Fusco


Publisher/Umbrage Editions

Format/ソフトカバー   Pages/-   Size/180*280*10
"RFK" is a collection of works by American photographer Paul Fusco. Born in Massachusetts in 1930, he served in the Korean War for two years from 1951. After the war, he studied photojournalism at Ohio University. Fusco has worked in “Look” since the 1960s, and has been a member of Magnum Photo since the 1970s. This book is a documentary that reflects the people along the road from a train carrying the brother of Robert F. Kennedy, 35th President John F. Kennedy. Robert was assassinated after his speech while running for president. The kite will be transported from New York to Washington DC by train, and not only blacks and whites but also a wide variety of people and people will be on the road along the tracks. , Raise the national flag, salute, tears. It may have been because of Robert who has been committed to the elimination of racism since the time of the Secretary. For various reasons, the pictures taken at that time were not released immediately, but were first shown before 2000 after more than 30 years. This is a Trade Edition published by Magnum, following a limited edition of 350 copies in 1999. Soft cover version.
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<Condition> Main body: Cover small thread, reverse seal peeler trace minor damage