Hair! Peter Ludwig, the collector of Ludwig Galerie in Oberhausen, Germany gathered notable ´Hair´ from Antiquity until Warhol, from Tilman Riemenschneider to Cindy Sherman. The exhibition is on view from 22nd of September 2013 to January 2014.
Moral of the story: Lust is not the sin, but the weakness that leads him to sin: unable to resist Delilah, he tells her the secret of his strength, betraying his body and his God simultaneously. The hero’s legendary physical strength does not come from within, but is a divine gift. Weakness, both physical and moral, is the human state; strength comes from God. Samson and Delilah, Peter Paul Rubens, Probably 1609, Oil on panel, 52.1 x 50.5cm, Cincinnati Art Museum
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