What's so innovative about the exhibit is its exclusive content, since Winehouse's brother has granted the museum access to the family's belongings, including photos of a young Amy and some of her personal effects. Finally, we can see where her eccentric style truly began.
What's more, the Camden Council has approved an Amy Winehouse statue at The Roundhouse, the venue near Winehouse's former home and the site of her last public performance. This will be followed by a documentary (currently in the works) that will focus on her complicated relationship with the media. (Grazia)
Where: The Jewish Museum London, Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, London NW1 7NB; 020 7284 7384
When: July 3 - September 15
How much: £7.50
Image: Via Grazia