Yul Brynner was an Oscar and Tony-winning actor, famous for his roles in The King and I, The Ten Commandments, and The Magnificent Seven. He was also a renowned photographer of considerable skill, whose body of work was defined by his strong behind-the-scenes imagery of mid- century Hollywood. Influenced by the work of his friends and legendary Magnum photographers Henri Cartier-Bresson and André Kertész, he used Leica cameras to create images that survive today to tell the story of old Hollywood in proud form. Yul’s photographic journey brings his viewers across western Europe and southern California to share the personal experiences he had with his friends, and the stars of the generation, one and the same. His great empathetic intelligence made him a wonderful portraitist, one with that rare gift of being able to capture his company, including Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, Frank Sinatra, Ingrid Bergman, and Sofia Loren in a way that was both intimate and artistic. Viewers will find a series of limited edition prints of some of his most important images have been made available to accompany this exhibition.