20 - September 4, 1999
husband-and-wife design team changed the face of America with their
innovation and invention. The Work of Charles and Ray Eames:
A Legacy of Invention, the first of the Library of Congress
Bicentennial exhibitions, used a variety of media--from furniture
and films to photographs and document--to tell the story of the
century’s most influential designers, whose creations of such everyday
items as molded wood and plastic chairs are instantly recognizable.
Work of Charles and Ray Eames: A Legacy of Invention at the
Library of Congress traveled to other venues across the country.
For an overview and complete schedule of this traveling exhibit,
An online preview is available at www.loc.gov/exhibits/eames/preview.html
and The Library of Congress Information Bulletin article