Amy Winehouse - A Family Portrait
From the exhibition "Amy Winehouse - A Family Portrait" at Beit Hatfutsot Museum, courtesy of photographer Charles Moriarty ©

courtesy of photographer Charles Moriarty, Jewish Museum London

Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait, a celebration of Amy Winehouse’s passion for music, fashion, London and her family, is an exhibition curated by the Jewish Museum London in collaboration of Amy’s brother Alex Winehouse. After a successful run in London and Vienna, the exhibition will be displayed at Beit Hatfutsot – the Museum of the Jewish People, in Tel Aviv. 

It includes a selection of Amy Winehouse's personal belongings such as her guitar, her record collection and her iconic outfits, as well as her battered suitcase crammed with photographs of friends and family. The exhibition shows a more private side of the pop icon, her relationship with her family, her love for the city she lived in and her musical influences.


Chief Curator of Beit Hatfutsot: Dr. Orit Shaham Gover

Curator of the exhibition: Elizabeth Selby, Jewish Museum London

Curator of the exhibition in Israel: Asaf Galay

Exhibition opens 9 October 2014 – closes 7 May 2015, Beit Hatfutsot, the Museum of the Jewish People, Ramat-Aviv Tel-Aviv

For more information and opening times please visit the Museum website