Newly moved from Tribeca into Lisa Cooley’s old space on Orchard Street, Kerry Schuss presents a tightly curated show of small-scale cat paintings, drawings and etchings, all on paper, by Bill Adams. These aren’t your spinster aunt’s cats, though; Adams’s felines are mostly one-eyed and ominous-looking, with wild fur that spreads out over the page like unruly vegetation.
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