December 8 2013 Latest news:
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Images of Amy Winehouse will be shown in Camden in time for what would have been the late singer’s 30th birthday.
The photographs, some of which have not been seen in public before, form part of Amy Winehouse: For You I Was a Flame, an exhibition curated by the Amy Winehouse Foundation with the support of Winehouse’s family.
Also on show at Proud Camden is an artwork by London street artist Pegasus, which has been painted on an unused door raised above ground level near the entrance to the venue.
Proud Camden CEO Alex Proud said “I am honoured and very humbled that Pegasus has chosen Proud Camden as the location for his ode to Amy.
“It’s been amazing how so many people have rallied around the #Amys30 celebrations and are supporting the Amy Winehouse Foundation helping to continue the amazing work they are doing in Amy’s memory.”
Winehouse, who died in 2011, would have turned 30 on September 14. A month of events in Camden will celebrate the singer’s life and career.
Amy Winhouse: For You I Was a Flame is at Proud Camden from tomorrow to October 6.