Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Pop Art Rabbi Brings Color To East Hampton On September 11

By Anisah Abdullah
"Shofar Blast" by Yitzchok Moully
NEW YORK---At Chabad of East Hampton on Sunday, September 11, Rabbi Yitzchok Moully, also known as the “Pop Art Rabbi,” will present an exhibition of his vibrant works that combine the colorful pop art aesthetic with familiar images of Hasidic Judaism. With exhibitions throughout the United States, Australia and Canada, he is now a full-time artist with a mission to put a positive spin on preconceived notions of faith and religion. The show, titled “What’s a Good Rabbi Doing Painting?” will conclude the Chadad of East Hampton’s summer program. For additional information, call 631-329-5800 or email [link]