Clothes, records, photographs and a high-school essay are just a number of Amy Winehouse’s belongings that have gone on exhibition at the Jewish museum in Camden Town, London.
The exhibition is titled Amy Winehouse: A Family Potrait, and will run till September.
Put together with the help of her brother Alex, the exhibits include fridge magnets, childhood books and her audition essay to the Sylvia Young stage school.
A suitcase of family photographs she was looking through in the days before she died in her Camden Town home in 2011 also feature at the show.
Many of the items have captions written by Alex.
He said: “This is a snapshot of a girl who was, to her deepest core, simply a little Jewish kid from north London with a big talent who, more than anything, just wanted to be true to her heritage.”