The sure-to-be heart-crushing biopic Amy about the late Brit chanteuse Amy Winehouse is due to release this weekend, and while we’ve been preparing our tissues for the film, there’s another event on its way to San Francisco that will be even tougher to handle.
The Jewish Museum London curated an impressive, “personal and intimate” exhibit of Winehouse’s things, with the help of her brother Alex and sister-in-law Riva.
The family reportedly gave the museum “unprecedented access” to Winehouse’s personal belongings, including items like her record collection, guitar, and clothing.
This July, the exhibit will make its way to San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum, only a few days after the anniversary of her death in 2011.
Celebration of Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait opens to the public July 23, and will hold the Museum member opening Wednesday July 29.