In a five year journey, which began in 1993 with a photo shoot at Manchesterâ€™s Out of the Blue Studios, Michael Spencer Jones worked closely withÂ Oasis, becoming their official photographer and creating a series of truly iconic and intimate images of the band some of which adorned their first three albums and their accompanying singles â€“ imagery which helped to define an era.
In this 20th anniversary year of Oasisâ€™ timeless debut albumÂ Definitely Maybe, the Royal Albert Hall presents this London exclusive of Michaelâ€™s huge and mainly unpublished archive of over 8,000 photographs. Many of the images that are included in the exhibition have never been seen in public before.
The “Definitely Maybe – The Oasis Photographs” is free admission and open to the public on June 28 and 29 only. Entry is via Door 12 of the Hall.Â
Saturday 28 June 10am-4pm
Sunday 29 June 10am-4pm
Nearest tube: South Kensington (Circle and District, Piccadilly)
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