Hairdressers were inspired by artists as well as painters were inspired by hairdressers . So there appeared an exhibition of paintings and illustrations , dedicated to hairdressing studios and everything that happens there. It should be noted that the exhibition took place at the peak of hysteria about the law “of insulting the feelings of believers “, when from the “feelings” of believers suffered many artists , at times, quite unfairly. The owner of the gallery also wasn’t spared by this fate, where the exposition should have been placed. Horrified by the female naked bodies in the pictures, as well as the image where a barber combs the deceased in his last journey in the coffin, he forbade exhibiting the paintings and in the opening day all the exposition moved to the HairFucker studio, where it stands to this day.