‘Amy Wine­house: A Fam­ily Por­trait’ at the Jewish Mu­seum of Australia

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The Jewish Mu­seum of Australia presents “Amy Wine­house: A Fam­ily Por­trait”. Bri­tish singer-song­writer, Amy Wine­house rose to in­ter­na­tional suc­cess in the 2000s, won five Grammy Awards and had nu­mer­ous hit songs in­clud­ing “Re­hab”, “Back to Black” and “Va­lerie”. She died trag­i­cally at the age of 27. This per­sonal and in­ti­mate ex­hi­bi­tion about Amy Wine­house (1983–2011), was cu­rated by the Jewish Mu­seum London with help from her brother Alex and sis­ter-in-law Riva. The Wine­house fam­ily gave the Jewish Mu­seum of London un­prece­dented ac­cess to Amy’s be­long­ings, in­clud­ing her gui­tar, record collection and iconic out­fits to bring the ex­hi­bi­tion to­gether. From 22 Oc­to­ber, Jewish Mu­seum of Australia, 26 Alma Road, St Kilda. 8534 3600. Tue–thu 10am–4pm, Fri 10am–3pm and Sun 10am–5pm (closed Mon­day and Satur­day). jew­ish­mu­seum.com.au

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