Director: Charles Atlas
Year released: 2002
Leigh Bowery is the type of artist whose work really must be seen to be believed. As one of the most influential figures in both the London and New York art and fashion scenes in the 1980s and ’90s, the creative provocateur has been cited as an influence on everyone from David LaChapelle to Lady Gaga. This in-depth documentary explores Bowery's art and influence, as told by everyone from Boy George to Damien Hirst.