• Alexander McQueen (British, 1969–2010), Gown with Mother Mary Print from Angels and Demons, Autumn/Winter 2010. Photo by Sarah Carmody. Courtesy of Barrett Barrera Projects & RKL Consulting
    Lee Alexander McQueen & Ann Ray
    December 18, 2022 — April 02, 2023
Ann Ray, Disappearance. 2010. Archival gelatin silver print. Courtesy of Barrett Barrera Projects.
Alexander McQueen (British, 1969–2010), Dress from Eshu collection, Autumn/Winter 2000. Glass bead and synthetic horsehair over fabric. Courtesy of Barrett Barrera Projects and RKL Consulting.
Ann Ray (French, born 1969), Insensé II, 1998. Archival gelatin silver print. Courtesy of Barrett Barrera Projects

Brilliant, dynamic, and provocative, the British fashion designer Lee Alexander McQueen led design at Givenchy between 1996 and 2001. In 1993, he founded his eponymous label, which he oversaw until his death in 2010. Soon after he joined Givenchy, he met the French photographer Ann Ray, whose stunning photographs recorded and inspired McQueen's work behind the scenes and in runway shows for the next thirteen years. This exhibition of over sixty photographs, fifty runway creations, and several design drawings is a window into McQueen's artistic vision and the adventurous, chaotic world of high fashion.

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