UNSEEN pictures of David Bowie have gone on display in La Termica, Malaga.
The photos, dating back to 1972, were taken by photographer Brian Duffy before the singer hit the big time.
The product of five promotional shoots, the Bowie Series includes 30 photos with a combined value of EUR 3.6 million.
Photos include outtakes from a shoot in which Bowie appeared as alter ego Ziggy Stardust, and subsequent promotional shoots for albums Aladdine Sane, Scary Monsters, and The Lodger.
Duffy, who died in 2010, gave up photography in 1980, and burned all his negatives.
The exhibition was put together by his Chris Duffy, who trawled through various archives to retrieve the work.
It will be on display until March 23 when it will move to London’s Victoria and Albert Museum.
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