Ray and Charles Eames – Nucleus Gallery



In the world of design there isn’t a bigger power couple than Ray and Charles Eames.They are perhaps the most influential designers of the twentieth Century and heavily contributed to design disciplines such as Architecture,Photography,Furniture Design,Film and Industrial Design.

The husband and wife duo were pioneers of mid century design  and experimented with materials such as moulded plastics and bent plywoods and were incredibly creative in their work, which led to design icons such as their Eames Lounge Chair and the DSW chair featuring a moulded plastic shell.Their designs are still as fresh today as when they were first realised and are still coveted by a new generation.

Their work is featured in a new exhibition at the Nucleus Gallery Los Angeles where twenty artists were commissioned to created a work of art surrounding the Eames brand.Inspired by their work a range of exits from silk screen prints by Chris Turnham  to dollhouse replicas by Judson Beaumont.

The exhibition runs until April 3rd 2016 at Nucleus Gallery L.A.

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