James Kalm has on occasions presented what he feels are "historical" exhibitions. But nothing could fit that category more precisely than "Willem de Kooming: a Retrospective at MoMA". Billed as the most complete survey of this heroic artist's career ever presented, this exhibition is a once in a lifetime chance to see its full breadth. Part two features "the Break Through Years" 1948 -1950, and a viewing of the groundbreaking "Woman" series from the early 1950s including "Woman III " which David Geffen sold to Steven A. Cohen for $135 million in November, 2006. Organized by John Elderfield, Chief Curator Emeritus of Painting and Sculpture.