The Paris Quai Branly Museum’s recent exhibition, ‘Beloved Hair: Trophies and Trifles’ (till July 14th, 2013), deals with hair, a universal subject, which concerns anthropology and fashion, as well as art.
Indeed, hairdressing and hair care have always served to differentiate man from animal, to separate the civilized from the wild. Hairstyles express each individual’s personality, narcissism and intimacy, while conforming to the social, political or religiou...
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