An exhibition of Oasis memorabilia, including photographs, and instruments, is set to open in London at the Londonewcastle Project Space. Between April 11 and 22 visitors of “Chasing the Sun: Oasis 1993-1997” get the chance to see exclusive photographs and memorabilia documenting the creation of the band’s first three albums Definitely Maybe, What’s The Story (Morning Glory), and Be Here Now. There will also be photographs on hand from classic Oasis gigs like Knebworth, and London’s 100 Club.
Band members have actually lent instruments that were used during the recording of their first three albums to the exhibition. Among the photographers who contributed pictures is event curator Lawrence Watson, along with Jill Furminovsky, Paul Slattery, Tom Sheehan, Kevin Cummins and Jamie Fry.
The exhibition will mark the 20th anniversary of Definitely Maybe. The remastered album will be re-released on May 19, and apart from the original recording, a three-disc special edition containing rare tracks will be available as well. Both What’s The Story (Morning Glory), and Be Here Now will be re-issued later in the year.