September 14 this year would have been the 30th birthday of Amy Winehouse, the iconic London singer-songwriter who died in 2011. To mark the anniversary, a series of events called #Amys30 will take place in Winehouse's home borough of Camden over her birthday month.
At the centre of September's celebration of the artist's life and career, which will also raise money and awareness for the Amy Winehouse Foundation, is a new exhibition at Proud Camden, 'Amy Winehouse: For You I Was A Flame'. Photographs of Winehouse throughout her career are going on display, alongside street art, paintings and drawings donated by the Winehouse family, and a Gerald Laing print from the singer's own collection. 'Amy Winehouse: For You I Was A Flame' runs from September 12 to October 6, but we're giving you a sneak preview of the exhibition now. See ten of the show's best photographs below.
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