Maggi Hambling, the first National Gallery Artist in Residence (1980–81), has established a reputation over the last four decades as one of Britain’s most significant and controversial painters and sculptors. An out queer artist for over 50 years Maggi talks about her inspirations and her “lesbionic” life. A maverick and outsider, Hambling is one of the last boho artists.
Part of Homotopia, the UK's leading LGBT+ arts festival, taking place in Liverpool every November. Visit homotopia.net for more.