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Avant-garde windows and young intellectuals

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Samuel D. Gruber illuminates the career of Adolph Gottlieb, an Abstract Expressionist painter who introduced modernist forms into synagogue art and architecture in the 1950s. Jordan Hirsch traces the background of two well-known Zionist public intellectuals to their time to a dynamic Jewish scene at Columbia University in the 1970s. And there will be more throughout the day here on The Scroll.

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