The Jewish Museum plans to pay a tribute to Camden’s diva again – there are just 20 more days left to support a new street art trail to accompany the return of Amy Winehouse exhibition in the Jewish Museum in 2017.
The Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait exhibition, previously displayed in 2013, will return in spring 2017 – and the Jewish Museum is hoping to enrich the eclectic area with brand-new street art.
The museum launched the crowdfunding campaign to create a street art trail in Camden. The area, well-known for its creative vibe and being a home for artists, with Amy Winehouse being its finest ambassador, is about to gain work from some of London’s best street artists, including Mr Cenz, Captain Kris, Amara Por Dios and Philth.
The donation will also fund the Jewish Museum London’s first ever street art installation – designed by a street artist Pegasus, who is recognised worldwide.
“By donating to the street art trail, you will be part of the creation of a cultural project for all to enjoy for free in Camden, giving residents and visitors alike a new way to explore this eclectic area,” explained Joanne Rosenthal, Head of Exhibitions at the Jewish Museum.
You are able to donate until the end of the month – if you want to get involved, head to Art Fund website.