New Oasis photo exhibition heading to London

Show will span the band's whole career

A new version of a famous Oasis photo exhibition is heading to London.

Trusted Oasis photographer Jill Furmanovsky first staged the ‘Was There Then’ exhibition at the Roundhouse in 1997, the result of three years in the band’s inner circle.

To celebrate ten years since the launch of Furmanovsky‘s influential music photography collective Rockarchive.com, a new version of the exhibition is returning to the same venue.

Titled ‘Was There Then Again’, the new show will update the collection with pictures from the last decade.

The show will open later this autumn.

Furmanovsky describes the band as “a rock photographers dream.”

She remembers: “The greatest gift and biggest challenge was shooting Noel and Liam, the singer and the songwriter in a mega band. They were brothers in arms, polar opposites in personality, working through their difficult relationship. I was a Diane Arbus fan, intrigued by family relationships, the Gallaghers were a gift to me.”

Furmanovsky is also showcasing Rockarchive.com material featuring the likes of The Clash, Bob Dylan and The Who at an exhibition in London’s Carnaby Street this October.