It’s easy to be seduced by the superstar art—the pitcher designed by Picasso, the bottle wrapped with a Lichtenstein print—but don’t miss Kirkland’s studio in back. Here, four straps hang from the ceiling. The painter would use the loops to suspend himself facedown above huge canvases to create his bright, cosmic-inspired works (pictured). Nearby you’ll see his books, paintbrushes, and inadvertently splattered chairs. The scene looks realistic because it is: When the museum relocated here last year, movers transported the entire studio in one piece.