On Sunday, I went to the new Legion of Honor exhibit: Man Ray | Lee Miller: Partners in Surrealism.Both artists are Americans, and they met while living in Paris in the late 1920's. So much incredible art (across many genres) happened in Paris during that time, and this exhibit also provides a decent sampling of Ray and Miller's contemporaries (Pablo Picasso and Alexander Calder among them). Lee Miller was Man Ray's model, lover, student, and undeniably a collaborator to his body of work. From 1929 to 1932, they developed what turned out to be the most memorable work of both their careers. Though they lived together for only three years, the exhibition's photographs, drawings, paintings and manuscripts examine the lingering effect each had on the other's art throughout their lives. A preview of my favorites from the exhibit are below... what do you think of these?