Unseen images of David Bowie and more in new Terry O’Neill retrospective

Unseen images of David Bowie and more in new Terry O’Neill retrospective
(Image credit: Terry O’Neill / Iconic Images)

Terry O’Neill is one of the most recognizable names in photography. Many of his images of famous faces, including David Bowie, Elton John, Raquel Welch, The Beatles, to name but a few, have reached iconic status, and thanks to a new retrospective exhibition we can enjoy a unique collection of his work.  

Featuring rare or previously unseen images of the aforementioned popular icons, in addition to outtakes from some of his most famous Brigitte Bardot and Faye Dunaway shoots, Terry O’Neill: The Vintage Collection offers a unique insight into the legendary artist's creative process.

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