Famed minimalist artist Donald Judd, who died in 1994, kept many works he created meticulously arranged in his apartment on 101 Spring St. in Manhattan. For almost two decades, not many people had the pleasure of seeing the structure as well as his collection, which also includes pieces by Carl Andre, John Chamberlain, Dan Flavin, and Frank Stella. Now, the public can see the space by appointment after three years of restoration. Beginning in June, people will be able to view the art-house museum, which also happens to be only the second in the city (the first being documentary photographer Alice Austen's house in Staten Island).

[via HuhMagazine