In a five year journey, which began in 1993 with a photo shoot at Manchester’s Out of the Blue Studios, Michael Spencer Jones worked closely with 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 – imagery which helped to define an era.
In this 20th anniversary year of Oasis’ timeless debut album Definitely Maybe, the Royal Albert Hall presents this London exclusive of Michael’s huge and mainly unpublished archive of over 8,000 photographs.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.
Saturday 28 June 10am-4pm
Sunday 29 June 10am-4pm
Nearest tube: South Kensington (Circle and District, Piccadilly)
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