A Fun, Engaging, Magical Exhibit

Art: ‘Vagabond Time Killers’
Natalie Baxter’s colorful fabric flags hang in front of a massive piece by Matthew Gamber that requires the viewer to wear 3D glasses. Photo courtesy the Wassaic Project

Summer may have unofficially ended with Labor Day weekend, but you still have time to explore the Wassaic Project’s summer exhibition, “Vagabond Time Killers,” before it closes on Sept. 24.

This fascinating collection of works was curated by Wassaic Project co-directors Jeff Barnett-Winsby, Eve Biddle and Bowie Zunino. The inspiration for the exhibition came from a black-and-white photo Barnett-Winsby found online that features a group of young people with the words “Vagabond Time Killers, 1901, Wassaic, NY,” written on the back.

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