“Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty,” the exhibition which features the archival work of the late Lee Alexander McQueen, recently closed its second record-breaking museum retrospective in London. But if you missed both the V&A and the Metropolitan exhibitions you’re still able to experience the beauty of the late great McQueen’s archives as Nick Knight along with filmmaker Younji Ku and art director Jon Emmony have created a video short of the designers work titled “Lee Alexander McQueen 1969-2010” which is currently available for view at SHOWstudio.
Knight and his team have taken some of McQueen’s most spectacular creations and crafted them into an incredibly eerie and compelling 3-D memorable film by distorting and manipulating the images leaving the viewer with a haunting yet insightful look into the world of Alexander McQueen.
This isn’t the first McQueen project from Nick Knight and SHOWstudio. Other works include – “McQueen: The London Years,” “Black 2015” and “Unseen McQueen” which features a sit down interview with McQueen and never before seen footage as he discusses his work and collaborations.“Unseen McQueen” was released in conjunction with the V&A’s “Savage Beauty” exhibition. www.showstudio.com