Two exhibitions on view now at local galleries take different approaches to issues of domesticity and the American predilection for putting our faith in goods and objects. Haynes Riley’s installation, “An Attitude You Can Wear,” through Aug. 13 at Tops Gallery, and Tim Crowder’s “Accumulator,” through July 30 at David Lusk Gallery, each reveal a light touch, though Riley comes on with, indeed, more attitude, while Crowder accumulates a range of sentiments derived from memory and nostalgia. Each delivers in its own way an indictment of and acquiescence to the inevitable ministrations of time.

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