The exhibition Hope includes photographs by Phil Knott of the late singer Amy Winehouse as she was becoming a star in the early 2000s. It is open from 13 September, the day before what would have been Winehouse’s 33rd birthday.
For the exhibition, Knott said: “When I unearthed this box of photos, after moving to LA, I was moved by how full of hope, beauty and shy innocence they were. This was the funny, healthy and remarkable Amy that I remembered, and captured in those early years.
“They have never been shared with the public before, so I wanted to work with the foundation, to celebrate her life and inspire the young people the charity is doing fantastic work for in her memory, by showing Amy in her prime, before the addictions - that they are also battling - took hold.”