An exhibition of photographs and personalised items owned by the singer Amy Winehouse has opened in London’s Jewish Museum in Camden. It features family photographs, clothes, books and other memorabilia and has been curated by the singer’s brother Alex and his wife.

Amy Winehouse died this month two years ago, aged 27. The extraordinary Pop star has since become the subject of several of our artists work, such as ‘Amy Winehouse – Rehab’ by It’s Pop It’s Art, ‘Amy-White’ by Screen Prince and ‘Twenty Seven-Silver’ by Russell Marshall.

This exhibition offers an intimate portrait of the fascinating star. Alex Winehouse has said “We weren’t religious, but we were traditional. I hope, in this most fitting of places that the world gets to see this other side not just of Amy, but to our typical Jewish family.”