Rabbi Yitzchak Moully and Rabbi Yossi Lipsker spoke at the opening Moully’s art exhibit last week at Chabad of the North Shore’s Lynn campus. The event was part of the launch of the North Shore Jewish Art-Coop, or NSJARTS.
Moully, known as the “Pop Art Rabbi,” is a conceptual artist whose work explores the intersection of spirituality and the material world. Having grown up in Melbourne, Australia, with a few formative years in Hasidic Brooklyn, Moully brings together the disparate colorful worlds of his hippie upbringing and Hasidic culture, resulting in a unique palette of colors and ideas. Moully uses silkscreen and painting in his process but is careful not to be limited to any one medium, rather he is constantly seeking out new modes of expressions to convey his ideas. A Rabbi by training, Moully served as a Youth Rabbi in Basking Ridge, NJ, for ten years before embracing his creative spirit
Moully’s art will be on display at the Chabad Lynn campus, 151 Ocean Street, Lynn, until March 24.
The gallery is open from Sunday through Wednesday, 12-6 p.m. for more information, call 781-581-3833 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.