The Eames House is a landmark of mid-20th century modern architecture.
The Short Films of Charles & Ray Eames at MetrographPosted May 19, 2016
June 5, 2016: Join Metrograph in New York for a special screening of seven short films by Charles and Ray Eames.
Known primarily for their midcentury modern architecture and furniture designs, the husband-and-wife team, Charles and Ray Eames were also prolific filmmakers, making 125 experimental, educational, and just plain entertaining shorts over the course of more than thirty years. This showcase offers a selection of their 35mm films, preserved by the Library of Congress.
Two Baroque Churches (11 min., 1955)
Eames Lounge Chair (2 min., 1956)
Toccata for Toy Trains (14 min., 1957)
Information Machine (10 min., 1957)
Day of the Dead (15 min., 1957)
The Smithsonian Institution (20 min., 1965)
Powers of Ten (9 min., 1977)
81 min / 35mm
The Short Films of Charles and Ray Eames
Sunday, June 5, 2016 at 1:00 pm
$12.00 – Purchase tickets here.
No. 7 Ludlow Street
New York NY 10002