Amy Winehouse Exhibit at Jewish Museum through September 15th

It’s almost the second anniversary of the death of Amy Winehouse and on July 3rd the Jewish Museum in Campden will open an exhibition that looks at her life.  According to her brother  who curated the exhibit,  it is “a snapshot of a girl who was to her deepest core simply a little Jewish kid from North London with a big talent.”   Included in the exhibit is the cookbook she used for Chicken Soup which she liked to give to her bodyguards.

Amy Winehouse – The Jewish Museum London.

 

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