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INFRINGE Published on 13/04/2018
We visit the studio of Muriel Nisse, who uses hair to create experimental masks and headpieces
Art & Culture, People Published on 10/05/2018
“I got some old hairdressing scissors and literally started trying to do haircuts into the clay.”
Art & Culture, People Published on 05/04/2018
81-year-old Kanehisa Osawa has been styling traditional Japanese wigs for over 60 years
Art & Culture, People Published on 16/03/2018
Created for Tokyo arts hub Pavilion, the Japanese session stylist’s atmospheric piece features hair-covered lanterns
Art & Culture, People Published on 08/03/2018
“I attempt to humorously consider how the body itself can be increased as a means of protection within a society obsessed with hairless women”
Art & Culture Published on 06/02/2018
Pablo Kuemin and Daniel Archer collaborate on a wig series with intergalactic inspirations
Art & Culture, Editorial Published on 16/01/2018
Josh Coombes is the founder of the movement #DoSomethingForNothing which encourages people to reach out to a person in need through simple acts of kindness
Art & Culture, People Published on 10/11/2016
INFRINGE hosts a free hair exhibition curated by anthropologist Emma Tarlo
Art & Culture Published on 31/05/2018
The Hair Show documents comedian Rob Auton’s observations of life with untamed hair
Art & Culture Published on 03/05/2018
This vibrant photo series by Medina Dugger celebrates the art of Nigerian hair culture
Art & Culture, Editorial Published on 11/07/2017
Hick Duarte’s series Chavosos captures barbershop culture on the fringes of São Paulo
Art & Culture Published on 17/05/2017
Hair reigns supreme in this collaborative project between hairdresser Marina Roy and photographer Albert Plehov
Art & Culture, Editorial Published on 19/02/2018
The Nigerian photographer creates a nuanced portrait of barbering in West African countries
Art & Culture Published on 01/09/2016
Using hemp to create hair-like structures, her eerie artworks seem to resemble living forms
Art & Culture Published on 09/01/2018
The photographer presents vivid red hair as a cascading waterfall in her series 'Redfall'
Art & Culture Published on 21/12/2017
Artist Cristina Burns manipulates hair to the extreme in this colourful series
Art & Culture Published on 17/04/2018
The Spanish creative showcases his handmade neon collages in his interpretation of INFRINGE Cult Hair
Art & Culture, Cult Hair Published on 10/04/2018
The session stylist fills scrapbooks with doodles, paintings and collages – all dedicated to hair
People Published on 24/03/2018
Japanese hairstylist Shinji Konishi’s animal props are a work of art
Art & Culture, People Published on 14/03/2018
A new exhibition charting the history of hairdressing
Art & Culture Published on 16/02/2018
In her eerie series ‘Storytellers’, the Dutch artist depicts her subjects with their faces bound with hair
Art & Culture Published on 23/01/2018
“Hair is a remnant of the wildness that we possess” - Shoplifter
Art & Culture Published on 20/10/2016
Photographer Roneil Chavez transforms strokes of neon dye on hair into a series of bold, abstract images
Art & Culture Published on 05/01/2017
NOTHING MORE TO LOAD

The Art of Hair

Hair reigns supreme in this collaborative project between hairdresser Marina Roy and photographer Albert Plehov

Aphelion 

Pablo Kuemin and Daniel Archer collaborate on a wig series with intergalactic inspirations

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