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US magazine Out have previewed the Richard Corman images that are featured in the upcoming April 2011 issue of the magazine.

A year before her first album, an unknown Madonna invited Richard Corman to photograph her in and around her New York City walk-up. The pictures he took that day, published here for the first time, capture the energy and vitality of a woman destined to become a legend. Plus: See an extra 18 web-exclusive images!

To view all the pictures in full size and read the article visit www.Out.com


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so glad this dude decided to show these pictures they are outstanding. I too wonder about the little kids and where are they know and if they remember the day.

thanks for sharing x


I love Madonna. She definitely has the spirit and energy captured in here. Don't let go...


so raw yet so stunning....


ohhh the pic with the boom box is fantastic I love it!!!

john Suddes

Love the pictures!! I have to say I really enjoyed looking through them and it astounds me that even though she was an unknown she can command a photographer to shoot her and take these great shots. She looks so fresh in these pictures and compared to the other kids in them you can see already she was streets ahead in the fashion stakes. I wonder what those kids are doing now and I wonder if Madonna looks at these and can remember having them taken. I think they are amazing and possibly some of the best shots I have seen of her they just capture her exactly and this is MADONNA.

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