If you missed the original Amy Winehouse exhibition at the Jewish Museum, well, you’re in luck.
Following an international tour to far-flung Tel Aviv, Vienna and San Francisco, the show, entitled Family Portrait, curated in collaboration with brother Alex and sister-in-law Riva, returns to its Camden home this month. Yay.
You may recall the Winehouse family gave the Jewish Museum access to her personal belongings that celebrate her passion for music, fashion, sudoku, London and her family.And this time round there’s also an Amy-themed street art trail, with work dotted around NW1 by Bambi, Captain Kris, Mr Cenz, Philth and Amara Por Dios.
The trail will lead to a newly commissioned installation at the Jewish Museum by renowned north London street artist Pegasus, entitled Love is a Losing Game.
A close friend of the Winehouse family, Pegasus first gained recognition for his work Fallen Angel, which honoured Amy shortly after her death.
Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait runs 16th March – 24th Sept; the street art trail runs 15th March – 4th June. Jewish Museum, Raymond Burton House, 129 – 131 Albert Street NW1