Five never-before-released David Bowie images, due to be unveiled at the new Iconic Images Gallery exhibition David Bowie: Icon, are available for purchase for the first time.
These newly discovered Terry O'Neill negatives, salvaged from a famed 1974 portrait session in which Bowie wears a Freddie Burretti suit, also feature in the documentary "Moonage Daydream", set to hit theatres worldwide on September 16th.
Timed to herald the documentary's arrival, David Bowie: Icon will open on September 15th and run until the end of October.
Featuring the work of several photographers – including Terry O’Neill, Kevin Cummins, Gavin Evans, Justin de Villeneuve and Denis O’Regan – David Bowie: Icon showcases one of this century's most versatile stars with more than 20 exhibited prints.
Fine-art prints and books will be available to purchase through the gallery, as well as through www.iconicimagesstore.net
Visit the Iconic Images Gallery at 13A Park Walk, Chelsea SW10 0AJ, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a private viewing.