Irish Amy Winehouse fans are in for a treat this month as a special exhibition is taking place in Dublin.
A celebration of the talented musician is being held in Dublin at the AMY exhibition in the Custom House Quay building in the city centre.
The series was shot almost fifteen years ago when Amy was just 19 in two fleeting photoshoots in London and New York.
If you head along you’ll see photos of a young, tattooless Amy several months before the release of her debut album Frank.
Many of the images portray an Amy unknown to the world at large, young, happy, just being herself before fame took hold.
The candid photos were taken by Dublin born photographer Charles Moriarty.
The Amy exhibition is an introduction to his stunning work, which is set to be published later this year in a book called Back to Amy.
Back to Amy contains more than 50 never before seen images of the Back to Black singer, along with interviews with people close to Amy including her mother Janis and others in the music industry.
The exhibition also features limited edition notebooks from Paperblanks featuring self-portrait and lyrics from Winehouse’s song Tears Dry On Their Own, which she originally wrote in a Paperblanks notebook.
They are available to buy here, and VIP readers can get 20% off using discount code AMY20
The ‘Amy’ exhibition will take place at Dublin CHQ Building until 31st May 2018.