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Published on Jun 27, 2013
James Kalm has the rare opportunity to bare witness to many of the cultural happenings of New York City, and report them to viewers via his videos. A close viewing of this documentation may reveal trends and directions that might effect artistic practices elsewhere. With "DNA Strands of Abstraction" your reporter covers the second of three major summer group shows that highlight nonobjective painting. This sudden attention to abstract painting gives viewers a chance to reevaluate the many facets of this practice and with "DNA" see the works of at least three generations of artists side by side. This show includes views of works by Robert Motherwell, Helen Frankenthaler, Franz Kline, Al Held, Louise Nevelson, Jules Olitski, Larry Poons, Richard Anuszkiewicz, Joshua Abelow, Ronald Bladen, Brooke Moyse, Kenneth Noland and others.