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Bert Rodriguez is turning his apartment into a museum — with him in it
Bert Rodriguez is turning his apartment into a museum — with him in it

Visitors to Stockbridge, Mass., can drop in on a museum that features Norman Rockwell's old studio. The eastern edges of Long Island harbor the home and studio that belonged to Abstract Expressionist power couple Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner. And in Manhattan, it is possible to see the architecturally minded townhouse that once belonged to minimalist sculptor Donald Judd. Transforming an artist's home or studio into a public museum after his or her death is not new. But Los Angeles artist Bert Rodriguez is turning the practice on its head. Though he is very much alive (Rodriguez is only 39), and plans to remain so for a number of decades, he is currently in the...

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