The Greenstein Gallery Hosts Hipsters and Hassids

Hipsters and Hassids and other Judaic works The Art of Elke Reva Sudin Live Exhibition Presented by the Greenstein Gallery July 11-July 30th, 2011 Upcoming Reception: Saturday July 23rd, 11pm meet and greet the artist. Greenstein Gallery |… Continue reading

I’ll Take the One in the Toiben

Update: 6/28/2012   Hipsters and Hassids are rubbing off on each other. First it was the fedoras, now the toibens. The first time I saw a Chassidish woman’s head covering (the popular turban… Continue reading

Culture Hopping in a Fedora

Via NYtimes SPOTTING a Borsalino, a black wide-brimmed felt fedora, in the traditionally Jewish section of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, is no strange thing. What was surprising was the wearer: Theophilus London, a hip-hop artist… Continue reading

Thou Shal Wear Plastic Glasses

Leaders of the Vizhnitz Hasidism have issued new instructions in regards to the purchase of eyeglasses, as part of their attempt to combat modernization. – The first point of irony is that… Continue reading

Urban Frumfitters: Hipster Corporate fashion Mimics Hassidic Hair Covering

Hey all, its been a long time since updating but I’ve been busy! Checkout JewishArtNow and and you’ll see what I mean. I am so excited to see the Satmar Chassidic influence… Continue reading

Cover of Prattfolio Magazine

One of my Hipsters and Hassids paintings made it to the cover of Prattfolio Magazine!

Celebrating Sukkot in Clinton Hill

By ROISIN WISNESKI, Community Contributor originally posted on the NYTimes “One of the best things about being a rabbi in a school in Brooklyn is that we are at the epicenter of Jewish… Continue reading

Old post, still Hassids on bikes

On August 26, 2009 Vos Iz Neias posted this article on Baruch Herzfelds classic non apologetic approach to getting Chassidim to exercise and have fun. Baruch is still ad it with the treif… Continue reading

How Many Hipsters fit in a Jazz?

Okay, now its time to figure out how many Hassids fit in a silver minivan. If they are catching a ride to a wedding out of town, my guess is 9, unless someone… Continue reading

Future of Hipsters and Hassids

The Hipster and Hassid paintings are back in the studio for a rest but that doesn’t mean they are gone. Print versions will be available soon in 8.5×11″ and largest 13×19″. I am… Continue reading