Exhibition Review. Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait @ the Jewish Museum, London

Originally staged in 2013, Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait, after an international tour, has come back to the Jewish Museum for a last show. It was the first time I saw it, but I was intrigued by this exhibition which toured for almost four years. I was not disappointed. When an exhibition is made about an artist, it often tells the story of his/her career and life, narrated, explained and shown with objects from a magazine cover to a piece of clothing. A Family Portrait is different, and especially because it is ‘a family portrait’. The curator is Amy’s brother, Alex. Although he worked alongside…

Pristine Preview: Thoughts on Exhibitions

It is about exhibitions! This blog will be the platform where I will share my views on the discipline of exhibition-making and where you will be able to share yours. Welcome to my last project: Pristine Preview. Exhibition-making will be the focus here. Exhibition-making as a creative practice, autonomous, which deserves attention, analysis, critics and simply that we talk about it. It will be celebrated in all of its forms – with maybe a little focus on fashion and digital, as they are both my passions and specialties. I will also share my projects, from an article I might be…