Marcia Farquhar & Peggy Atherton present: Hair the Show, 7-22 March 2003, Tablet Gallery, The Tabernacle, London. Artists include: Ruth Adams, Oladele Ajiboye Bamgboye, Susan Brind, Giovanna Maria Casetta, Gayle Chong Kwan, Elinor Carucci, Rose English, Simon English, Jem Finer, Wendy Freeman, Margarita Gluzberg, Mark Harris, Peter Harris, Reynir Hutber, Angela Jack, J. Maizlish Mole, Andrew Mania, Doran McFarland, Kasia Morawska, Suzanne Moore, Trine Lise Nedreaas, Mark Noll, Kirsten Norrie, Sarah Pucill, Steve Pyke, Deborah Rigby, Lindsay Seers, Eva Stenram, Szuper Gallery, Aaron Williamson and Simon Wood. Live hair related events will take place on the 13th and the 20th of March, 6-8pm. From afros and extensions to the bearded lady and the bottle blonde, Hair the Show reflects the uncanny, changeable, political and cultural aspects of the humble Barnet. Keen coiffeur Marcia Farquhar and former hairdresser Peggy Atherton have curated this group show of 31 artists, in a gallery entirely painted pink to complete the salon atmosphere. The exhibition will include Oladele Bamgboye's wry take on male hair fetishism, Leigh Bowery's merkens as snapped by Steve Pyke, Margarita Gluzberg's fine line drawings of empty hairdos, Simon Wood's ventures into hairdressing manuals and Trine Nedreaas' startling demonstration of the unbecoming comb-over. Two evenings of live performance and music have been arranged for Thursdays March 13 & 20. As well as hair related song and dance, there will be a lecture called 'dumb blondes', a slide show, a chance to see the trimming of Jem Finer's 'jewfro' wig, and a sighting of Kirsten Norrie, the so-called bearded lady.