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  M.   September 17, 2010

Most people attend parties with their other halves, or friends.

But Gemma Arterton’s husband Stefano Catelli must have been busy last night, as the 24-year-old actress arrived at the Hendrix: Still Reigning, Still Dreaming pop-up exhibition with an unusual date in the form of her pet dog.

Grinning as she posed with her four-legged friend on the red carpet, Gemma attempted to maintain control of the canine, who seemed more interested in getting inside than showing photographers its best side.

Gemma wore a white T-shirt dress with a black cardigan and knee-high boots for the event, which showcased urban artist Fin DAC’s hand-finished screen print of the late musician at the Red Bull Studios for one night only.

The Tamara Drewe star’s appearance at the exhibition comes just a day after she complained she was treated as a ‘piece of ass’ by Hollywood.

Gemma said she had read too many of ‘the same’ scripts, in which women were left in the shadows or were simply there to help the male lead.

The actress, who starred in this year’s blockbusters Clash Of The Titans and Prince Of Persia, criticised the ‘t**ts out there (in the film world) who don’t deserve to be in the positions they’re in and treat people like s**t’.

She told GQ magazine: ‘I’ve nearly walked off very big films before, and I would, because I don’t want that in my life. I want to enjoy the work I do.’

Gemma said that now she is established, she wants to work with people who respect her.

She said: ‘I’m looking at working with people I get on with, that respect me, that don’t just see me as a piece of ass. Which I have experienced as well.’