Remembering Amy Winehouse

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The Jewish Museum's Amy Winehouse exhibition, co-curated by brother Alex of The Amy Winehouse Foundation, runs through September 23, covering the anniversary of the singer's death on July 23, 2011.Amy Winehouse at home, 2003. (AFP)

The Jewish Museum's Amy Winehouse exhibition, co-curated by brother Alex of The Amy Winehouse Foundation, runs through September 23, covering the anniversary of the singer's death on July 23, 2011.Amy Winehouse at home, 2003. (AFP)

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A young Amy outside her Nan’s flat in Southgate. (AFP)

A young Amy outside her Nan’s flat in Southgate. (AFP)

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Her most treasured guitar and the Luella Bartley dress worn by Winehouse at Glastonbury 2008. (AFP)

Her most treasured guitar and the Luella Bartley dress worn by Winehouse at Glastonbury 2008. (AFP)

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Amy Winehouse won this Grammy Award in 2011 for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for Body and Soul with Tony Bennett; Festival passes, various dates, on display at the Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait exhibition. (AFP)

Amy Winehouse won this Grammy Award in 2011 for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for Body and Soul with Tony Bennett; Festival passes, various dates, on display at the Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait exhibition. (AFP)

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Clothes and accessories worn by late British singer Amy Winehouse are also displayed. (AFP)

Clothes and accessories worn by late British singer Amy Winehouse are also displayed. (AFP)

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