The Last Tuesday Society and Wet Paint Films host an evening to commorate the 60th anniversary of the death of iconoclastic artist/model and self-styled Queen of Bohemia, Nina Hamnett, immortalized in works by her lovers Roger Fry, Gaudier-Breszka and Modigliani among many others.
Including the screening of the acclaimed short film on her life 'that bursts with vibrancy from beginning to end' 'What Shall We Do With The Drunken Sailor' (Wet Paint Films) (2011), written and directed by Chris Ward, with Siobhan Fahey's 'Moving,evocative portrayal of the tragic hard-drinking Hamnett.' (Time Out Magazine) followed by Q&A..
The event will also include celebrity speakers influenced by her work and curators from National Portrait Gallery, Tate Britain discussing her pivotal role as a pioneering woman in the pre and post war years of 20th Century Art, plus a display of examples of her work.
Our Curator for the evening is Kath Cockshaw with an introductory documentary entitled 'Viva Fitzrovia' by author/ film-maker Paolo Sedazzari and a short publicity trailer from our forthcoming film 'HOUND' (Visions in the life of Francis Thompson).....
Addmission is FREE with an RSVP or £5 on the door.
Seating is first come, first serve.