OUR DAY WILL COME

Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - E -

July 23, 2011: a day the world was sad­dened, when Amy Wine­house died of ac­ci­den­tal al­co­hol poi­son­ing af­ter a pe­riod of ab­sti­nence. Now, the five-time Grammy Award win­ner is im­mor­talised in ‘Amy Wine­house: A Fam­ily Portrait’, which casts a pos­i­tive light on the the parts of the singer’s life un­be­knownst to the public. Un­veil the enigma be­hind Wine­house’s sig­na­ture bee­hive hairdo by dis­cov­er­ing the four key themes of the ex­hi­bi­tion: mu­si­cal in­flu­ence, strong Jewish her­itage, iconic style mo­ments, and deep links with Lon­don. Get up close and per­sonal with Wine­house’s mu­si­cal in­stru­ments, record col­lec­tion, gig tick­ets from her youth, and even the small­est things that you can re­late to, like her ap­pli­ca­tion let­ter to Sylvia Young Theatre School. Un­til Septem­ber 24 at Jewish Mu­seum Lon­don. www.jew­ish­mu­seum.org.uk

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