Art collection paints a unique picture of rock legend David Bowie
Items of artwork belonging to David Bowie have been unveiled for the first time for a public exhibition ahead of an auction.
The late singer and art collector's vast personal collection was largely kept private, meaning the Sotheby's exhibit and sale will be a first look into a previously elusive side of the musician.
Pieces available for sale include a spin painting Bowie created with Damien Hirst in 1995 called Beautiful, hallo, space-boy painting, which has an estimated value of £250,000 to £350,000.
Jean-Michel Basquiat's 1984 painting Air Power is the most valuable of the entire collection with an estimated price tag of £2.5m million to £3.5m.
The rock star - who passed away in January at the age of 69 - bought the painting a year after he played the role of the artist's mentor and collaborator, Andy Warhol, in Julian Schnabel's 1996 film Basquiat.