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Defying his physical limitations, the
first painting he completed after his
stroke was Triptych, the largest of his
career. The trio of equal-sized colored
rectangles at the left of the painting con-
trasts sharply with the irregularly shaped,
chaotic black images on the right.

prints and two paintings in the perma-
nent collection of the Detroit Institute
of Arts and one painting and one
silkscreen at the Flint Institute of Arts.
One of Gottlieb's most important con-
tributions to the art world was his "drive
to constantly do something new and dif-
ferent," says curator Hirsch. What distin-
guishes Gottlieb's work from that of
Transcending Jewish Identity
Pollock, Rothko, de Kooning and other
According to the exhibit's wall text,
early Abstract Expressionists, in Hirsch's
Gottlieb, like so many major intellec-
opinion, is that while these artists spent
tuals of the 1950s, believed that his
their careers refining the same image,
personal identity — Jewish or
Gottlieb was constantly challenging
American — should play no
himself by working in dif-
role in his painting.
"Burst," 1973,
ferent images.
In his view, "the idea of
acrylic and
Gottlieb believed that
being a so-called Jewish artist is enamel on
the only painting worthy
like being a professional Jew. I
canvas, is a
of being considered seri-
think art is international and
touchstone
ously was that which chal
should transcend any racial,
of the artists
lenged the viewer.
ethnic, religious or national
later work.
As to what meaning, if
boundaries," he said.
any, his images imply, that
Still, in 1951-52, Gottlieb was com-
too, says Hirsch, Gottlieb left to the
missioned to create tapestries for two
observer. fl
synagogues, one in New Jersey, the
other in Massachusetts, as well as the
"Adolph Gottlieb: A Survey
monumental stained glass facade for the
Exhibition" continues through
Steinberg Center, part of the former
March 2 at the Jewish Museum,
Park Avenue Synagogue in New York.
1109 Fifth Avenue, in New
In 1969, Gottlieb's tapestries were
York City. For more informa-
shown for the first time at the now
tion, go the Web site at
defunct Gertrude Kasle Gallery in
Detroit.
www.thejewishmuseum.org ,
or call (212) 423-3200.
There are five works by Gottlieb cur-
rently at home in Michigan: three

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