Amy Winehouse would have celebrated her 30th birthday this year, and by way of commemoration London’s Jewish Museum will play host to an exhibition celebrating her life and career.
Curated with help from her family and opening in July, the showcase will focus on Winehouse’s style (that iconic beehive and feline black eyeliner), her Jewish heritage and family life. Objects in the exhibit will include previously unseen photographs of the singer as well as pieces from her wardrobe, her guitar, record collection and Grammy Award.
CEO of the museum Abigail Morris said, “Amy Winehouse was an immensely talented, iconic and inspirational singer and she was a Jewish girl from North London. It is fitting that the Jewish Museum in her beloved Camden Town should be the place to tell her story in the year that she would have celebrated her 30th birthday.”
The exhibition will run from 3rd July to 15th September