Word is that a special one day exhibition of the Shroud of Turin will take place Holy Saturday, March 30, 2013. It will take place in St. John the Baptist Cathedral in Turin for TV monitor viewing only. Moreover, there is speculation that the live pictures will be streamed worldwide. There is some speculation, as well, that this exhibition will be linked to a recognition of the shroud as an authentic relic of Christ.
Here is some Bing translation of an article from Vatican Insider:
[On] Friday, March 1 at 11, at the Metropolitan Seminary (via XX Settembre, 83-Turin), during a press conference the Archbishop of Turin monsignor Cesare Nosiglia, papal Custodian of the shroud, will present the Television Exposition which will be held on March 30, the eve of Easter.
After the exposition of 2010 which saw pass in front of the Curtain, in the Cathedral of Turin, 2 million pilgrims from around the world and 40 years since the first television Exposition which was broadcast live on 23 November 1973 by Swiss Salon of Palazzo Reale, where the canvas was exhibited vertically (and horizontally as is customary)Once the shroud through Rai 1 cameras can be viewed throughout the world: the transmission of RaiUno is in fact also offer worldwide.
The exposition will take place on the eve of Passover by recalling the meaning that Benedict XVI gave to the Canvas in his visit in Turin on 2 May 2010 when called it "icon of Holy Saturday. The initiative of the exposition is television within the year of faith by Benedict XVI.