The exhibition will feature over 100 images of the iconic film actors captured by Shaw. “We are delighted to join the Shaw and Quinn families to present this stunning collection of work," the Daily Express quoted Brando Enterprises boss Larry Dressler as saying.
“Mr. Shaw"s contribution to Hollywood"s golden era and Marlon"s legacy is one that we are truly thankful for," he added. The show opens in Turin later this month and will run until September 19, when it will then begin a tour.