The Jewish Museum in Camden exhibits Amy Winehouse A Family Portrait about Amy Winehouse and is co-curated with her brother Alex and sister-in-law Riva.
The Amy Winehouse exhibition will take the visitor beyond the hype to show them a more private side, and what she meant to her brother.
This Amy Winehouse A Family Portrait exhibition report is from the Jewish Museum.
Amy Winehouse: a family portrait
3 July – 15 September 2013
The Jewish Museum is staging an original exhibition about Amy Winehouse, co-curated with her brother Alex and sister-in-law Riva. It is an intimate and moving exhibition about a much loved sister.
The family have given the Jewish Museum unprecedented access to Amy’s personal belongings that celebrate her passion for music, fashion, suduko, Snoopy, London and her family.
Amy was close to her family and had a strong sense of her Jewish roots and heritage. The exhibition will show many unseen photographs of Amy’s family life – Friday night dinners, Alex’s Barmitzvah and vintage photographs of their beloved grandmother Cynthia.
Located in Amy’s Camden Town, the Jewish Museum is the perfect place to find out about the woman behind the music and beyond the hype.
Opening hours: Sunday – Wednesday: 10am – 5pm, Thursday: 10am – 9pm, Friday: 10am – 2pm
Address: The Jewish Museum, Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, London NW17NB
How to get here: 3 minutes’ walk from Camden Town tube station
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For further information and tickets:
020 7284 7384
Admission to the Museum, which includes free entry to the exhibition:
Child (5 – 16) £3.50
Family ticket £18 for two adults and up to four children
Under 5s and Friends free
Group bookings – groups of 10 people and over receive 20% discount
* Prices include a voluntary donation for Gift Aid purposes
Late Nights: every Thursday 5pm – 9pm, only £3.50