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The New Yorker
March 22, 2004

The New Yorker
March 22, 2004
Galleries - Downtown
Bill Adams

Adams treats his shaggy anthropomorphic line drawings as psychological research, bringing to mind a latter-day Maurice Sendak. A Redonesque creature emerges from behind a heap of doodled lines in one untitled drawing, and a field of disembodied eyes peer out of the abstract "Forest." Through March 27. (K.S. Art, 73 Leonard St. 212-219-9918.)