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  • He paid as much attention to the floorboards or the tangle of buddleia in the yard below as he would to a woman's belly, Leigh Bowery's feminine bulk, Bruce Bernard's stoic drunkard's poise, Lord Goodman's vanity, Sue the Benefits Supervisor's affected boredom.

    Lucian Freud's perverse depictions of magnificent muck

  • Bowery's "wonderfully buoyant bulk was an instrument I felt I could use in my painting"; "yet it's the quality of his mind that makes me want to portray him".

    Lucian Freud obituary

  • As a film-maker, Atlas has shown off their moves in pioneering dance films and explored Bowery's outré life in a TV documentary.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • Film posters and black and white photographs from the 1920s and 30s on the walls hark back to the Bowery's edgier days.

    Shabby or chic? New York's Bowery House hotel

  • Thank goodness for Sino American Tours, located at the Bowery's end in Confucius Plaza.

    Where Locals Know Best

  • "I like it that the Bowery's cleaned up, but not totally."

    Artful Style on the Bowery

  • Tilly also introduces the evening tribute to Bowery, which includes rare footage and a short film by Marcus Reeves as well as performances by Scottee, Jonny Woo, Ryan Styles and Richard Torry from Bowery's band Minty, while the Trindies will re-form for their first show in almost 30 years.

    This week's new events

  • Expect plenty of impersonators with bald heads, overdone lipstick and outrageous couture on The Mall as this celebration of what would have been Leigh Bowery's 50th birthday gets underway.

    This week's new events

  • Bowery's bikes have arrived amid renewed interest among New Yorkers in cycling.

    Stripped-Down Bicycles Built for Rough City Rides

  • "Bowery bums" remained even after the Third Avenue El was razed in 1955, and remnants of this past remain even during the Bowery's newest incarnation as Luxury Row, along with Bowery's sub-genre as the home of wholesale kitchen equipment, lighting, and cash registers.

    Kevin Walsh: The Evolution of Extra Place

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