Why the future of Man Ray's art lies in a Long Island car-repair shop
Man Ray was one of the best-known Surrealists by the time he died in Paris in 1976. He hobnobbed with the likes of Hemingway and Picasso. And what's left of his art studio is now being housed ... in a car-repair shop on Long Island. Not exactly the first place a famous artist's has his work stored at.