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 images which adorned their first 3 albums and their accompanying singles - imagery which helped to define a musical era.
In the 20th anniversary year of Oasis' timeless debut album Definitely Maybe, the Royal Albert Hall presents a London exclusive of images from Michael's huge and mainly unpublished archive of over 8,000 shots.
Many of the photographs included in the exhibition have never been seen in public before. Having last welcomed Oasis to the Hall in 2002, we are very excited to present these photographs as part of an iconic and celebratory exhibition.
The exhibition can be viewed when attending performances or on the following free open days:
Saturday 28 June 10am - 4pm
Sunday 29 June 10am - 4pm
Q&A with Michael Spencer Jones.
In addition to the free public open days, the Royal Albert Hall has teamed up with Q Magazine to present a very special Q&A with photographer Michael Spencer Jones, which will take place in the Hall's Berry Bros. and Rudd No.3 Bar on Monday 16 June.
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