An exhibition dedicated to the late Amy Winehouse will be coming to the Jewish Museum in Camden this Friday, and will be shown until September this year.
Celebrating Amy’s love for music, London, fashion, family and her Jewish faith, Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait will have displays of some of her most intimate and personal items including her first ever guitar, her record collection and some of her recognisable outfits.
Her uniform from stage school Sylvia Young as well as the dress she wore in her Tears Dry On Their Own will be available for viewing.
The exhibition, which is brought together by Amy’s brother Alex, will also include a selection of never unseen photographs of the young singer, showcasing her at family dinners and celebrating religious festivals.
A suitcase filled with photographs, in which her father and her looked through days before her death, will be showcased at the event.
Taking place at the Jewish Museum in Camden, the exhibition will be open to the public this month, with tickets priced at £3.50 for children and £7.50 for adults. A donation from ticket prices will be given to charity.