GOOD IS GOOD
Gallerist Judith Racht describes her collection as contemporary and folk art, midcentury modern furniture and objects of interest. But we think those tidy phrases might downplay the fascinating assemblage of things beautiful and bizarre found in her old schoolhouse gallery. Fine art curated with humble, curious, often amazing objects that demonstrate ‘good is good,’ Racht’s characteristically unpretentious maxim. Whether or not you collect, this is a wonderful stop for fans of art, design, architecture and craft.
Local Tip: In addition to decades as a gallerist, Racht worked with John Wilson, founder of the first US international art exposition. She has so many stories. If you’re inclined, definitely chat her up.