From a hirsute “Beasty Girl” to a lock of George Washington’s hair, this exhibition explored the significance of facial, head, and body hair in western society from the Renaissance to the present. Supported by the Gillette Corporation and the Nathalie Potter Voorhees ’45 memorial fund.
Barbara Glauber, Beverly Joel / Heavy Meta
Authors and Editors
Penny Howell Jolly; with essays by Gerald M. Erchak, Amelia Rauser, Jeffery O. Segrave, and Susan Walzer; Catalog Editor Ian Berry
Penny Howell Jolly, Professor of Art History, Skidmore College