An unseen Pablo Picasso self-portrait from 1901 will go on display in central London from Tuesday, October 14.
Yo Picasso depicts the Spanish artist and sculptor at the age of 20, looking directly at the viewer while painting by candlelight.
The piece will be displayed alongside a 1969 self-portrait by Francis Bacon and works by Geoff Koons and Damien Hirst.
The Self exhibition runs until December 13 at the Ordovas gallery.
Francis Bacon’s self-portrait, one of his first studies of a single head, has not been publicly exhibited in London for almost 50 years.
Geoff Koons’ contribution, dating from 1991, comprises a white marble bust atop a base of crystalline shapes.
The exhibition also includes Damien Hirst’s With Dead Head, a photograph of the British artist in 1992 posing with the head of a corpse.
According to gallery owner Pilar Ordovas, it was Damien Hirst who suggested the exhibition’s title and that Geoff Koons be invited to participate.