Entertainment "Amy: Beyond The Stage": Exhibition about Amy Winehouse in London
Amy Winehouse: The scenes of the artist's life in the heart of an exhibition in London
The life, music and inheritance of Amy Winehouse are celebrated in an exhibition that opens to the public, Friday 26 November, at the London Design Museum, ten years after the death of the British singer emblematic at only 27 years old.
Just over ten years after the death of Amy Winehouse, the London Design Museum opens an exhibition on the British exception singer.
"Amy: Beyond the Stage" shows from Friday next to an art installation many personal items, such as clothes and stage outfits, as well as photos of Winehouse, which give an insight into privacy and career of the London, who was also considered a fashion icon with their Retrolook.
The former stylist of the singer, Naomi Parry, worked as a consultant at the exhibition. Private photos provided by Winehouses parents show you with your family, on vacation and early appearances before she became a world star.
ARIA Awards replaces Best Female Artist and Best Male Artist categories with Best Artist .
Tomorrow's ARIA Awards will break from tradition in more ways than one — not only will it be a digital show for the first time in response to the coronavirus pandemic, but ARIA has eliminated the gender-based best artist categories. Like the Grammys did a decade ago, and the BRIT Awards will from next year, this year, instead of a Best Female Artist and Best Male Artist, Australian musicians across all genders will be vying for the coveted Best Artist award.Per The Industry Observer, the change aims to ensure the awards "reflect and embrace equality and the true diversity of the music industry in 2021.