Following an international tour and four years of requests by fans to see it again, the Jewish Museum in Camden has brought back its critically-acclaimed exhibition, Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait.
The exhibition, which opens Thursday and runs until September, was put together with the help of Amy’s brother Alex and his wife Riva, and explores her strong sense of family and Jewishness, as well as her penchant for retro clothes, tattoos and eclectic taste in music.
New for this year is a themed street art trail, including a specially-commissioned installation on the museum’s ground floor by anonymous artist Pegasus, who personally knew the music icon and famously created Fallen Angel in tribute after the 27-year-old’s death in 2011.
Collaborating with Global Street Art, the Jewish Museum has commissioned four new artworks, including a close-up of Amy’s face painted onto the outside of Nemesis Tattoo in Camden, by street artists Captain Kris and Amara Por Dios.
Tribute to Amy Winehouse by street artists Captain Kris and Amara Por Dios