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2021-10-15T18:03:39.635Z

Amy Winehouse's family opens the closets of the diva of the song who died ten years ago in her home in Camden Square in London from alcohol poisoning: over 800 memorabilia belonging to the singer of 'Back in Black' will be auctioned on 6 and 7 ... (ANSA)



 Amy Winehouse's family opens the closets of the diva of the song who died ten years ago in her home in Camden Square in London from alcohol poisoning: over 800 memorabilia belonging to the singer of 'Back in Black' will be auctioned on 6 and 7 November at Julian's in Beverly Hills. Among the auction pieces there will be the green and black dress worn in the last concert of June 2011 in Belgrade: there Amy, visibly in trouble, was booed by the audience, the tour was canceled and, a month later, the singer of Rehab joined the 27 years club, the tragic group of cursed artists like Brian Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, and Kurt Cobain who hadn't made it to their 28th birthday.


    Now that dress, designed by her friend and artistic director Naomi Parry and which has an estimate of 10 to 20 thousand dollars for Julian's, is making a stop in New York before ending up under the hammer of the beater along with shoes, bras, records, books and other memorabilia: all chosen in collaboration with the heirs, in the front row the father Mitch, a former taxi driver with a passion for jazz, who after the tragic death of his daughter set up a foundation to help young victims of poverty, disease and drugs .


    "It is very difficult to make an auction when you work with the family of someone who passed away very young," said Julian's director Martin Nolan: "It took them a long time to decide what to auction but then they realized that there are museums, fans and collectors who will take care of what belonged to Amy to honor her legacy. " The auction, the proceeds of which will go to charity, is not the only initiative organized in recent days to celebrate the memory of Winehouse: after a BBC documentary, Reclaiming Amy, which tells the saga of the singer from the point of view of family members, is about to open at the end of November at the Design Museum in London "Amy: Beyond the stage", the first retrospective on the life and career of the Grammy award described as "music intellectual 'and fashion icon. Her first electric guitar, a blue Daphne Fender Stratocaster used to record her debut album "Frank", notebooks and lyrics of new songs, but also many clothes and accessories including Moschino's red heart-shaped handbag and Preen's yellow dress worn at the 2007 Brit Awards, are among the pieces of the exhibition in which Parry collaborated: "I hope it will give the youngest who have never seen her on stage the opportunity to meet her", he explained, "Which will define Amy as a true artist beyond the representation that the media have given her". (HANDLE).Frank ", notebooks of notes and words of new songs, but also many clothes and accessories including Moschino's red heart-shaped handbag and Preen's yellow dress worn at the 2007 Brit Awards, are among the pieces of the exhibition at which Parry collaborated: "I hope it will give young people who have never seen her on stage the opportunity to meet her", explained, "Which will define Amy as a true artist beyond the representation that the media have given her" . (ANSA).Frank ", notebooks of notes and words of new songs, but also many clothes and accessories including Moschino's red heart-shaped handbag and Preen's yellow dress worn at the 2007 Brit Awards, are among the pieces of the exhibition at which Parry collaborated: "I hope it will give young people who have never seen her on stage the opportunity to meet her", explained, "Which will define Amy as a true artist beyond the representation that the media have given her" . (ANSA).they have never seen the opportunity to meet her on stage ", he explained," which will define Amy as a true artist beyond the representation that the media have given her ". (ANSA).they have never seen the opportunity to meet her on stage ", he explained," which will define Amy as a true artist beyond the representation that the media have given her ". (ANSA).


Source: ansa

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