‘Under the Black Hat’ Pop Art in Jerusalem Focuses on Chassidim
Rabbi Yitzchok Moully brings spiritual and emotional depth to a new exhibit
Chabad.org wrote up a beautifully written article about my work in the Jerusalem Biennale. It covers my Digital Cleansing piece as well as the ever popular Orange socks.
“Orange Socks” fills an entire wall of a gallery in Jerusalem, from floor to ceiling, and depicts the life-size silhouettes of 12 Chassidim, one of whom shows a flash of color. The artwork, by Rabbi Yitzchok Moully, is on display in the curated group show “Popthodox-Black Humor” until Nov. 16 as a part of the Third Jerusalem Biennale. (Art: Rabbi Yitzchok Moully)