See Rare Photos of Steve Jobs, Madonna, Mick Jagger

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Steve Jobs. Photo: Tom Zimberoff/Courtesy of Rock Paper Photo

Photography website Rock Paper Photo opens their holiday pop-up show, “Exposure,” to the public tomorrow. Located in Chelsea, the display will include rare images of musicians, models, and other figures in pop culture taken by a selection of great photographers. Click through our slideshow for a preview of what you’ll see there, including portraits of young Steve Jobs (getting a “nose job”), the Beastie Boys, and Miles Davis.

You can visit the Rock Paper Photo pop-up at 132 W. 18th Street, Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11AM-6PM.

Photo: Ricky Powell/Courtesy of Rock Paper Photosss

The Beastie Boys and Lyor Cohen on the Raising Hell Tour in Tallahassee, Florida, in 1986. Photo by Ricky Powell, Courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.

Photo: Peter Simon/Courtesy of Rock Paper Photo

Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, and Peter Tosh backstage at Saturday Night Live in New York City in 1978. Photo by Peter Simon, Courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.

Photo: Tom Zimberoff/Courtesy of Rock Paper Photo

Steve Jobs in Redwood City, California, in 1989. Photo by Tom Zimberoff, Courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.

Photo: Baron Wolman/Courtesy of Rock Paper Photo

Richard Brautigan photographed as part of a series for Esquire Magazine’s “Writer’s Issue” in 1968. Photo by Baron Wolman, Courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.

Photo: William Coupon/Courtesy of Rock Paper Photo

Miles Davis and photographer William Coupon’s daughter, Hayley, in New York in 1986. Photo by William Coupon, Courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.

Photo: Henry Grossman/Courtesy of Rock Paper Photo

John Lennon on location during the filming of “Help!” in the Bahamas in 1965. Photo by Henry Grossman, Courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.

Rare Photos of Steve Jobs, Madonna, Mick Jagger