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Shaw's works and the Leica M2, one of his favourite cameras, at an exhibition in Singapore (above). The late photographer's grandson Hunter is a student at Yale-NUS. Through his contacts in the industry, he met the folks at Leica, which subsequently led to the current exhibition
BT_20160129_UHSHAW24PM_2089511.jpg
Shaw's works and the Leica M2, one of his favourite cameras, at an exhibition in Singapore. The late photographer's grandson Hunter (above) is a student at Yale-NUS. Through his contacts in the industry, he met the folks at Leica, which subsequently led to the current exhibition

Preserving legacy of a forgotten lensman

Jan 29, 2016 5:50 AM

IF not for Jacqueline Kennedy's death in 1994, the late photographer Mark Shaw's archive of fashion and celebrity shots from the 1950s to 1960s might have continued to languish in cold storage.

As it turned out, one of Shaw's signature collections was of the Kennedy Family, taken for Life