Curating the archive

  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick & Vid Ingelevics - 2003 - The Newseum calls itself the "Museum of News" and it´s mission, according to its website, is to "provide a forum where the media and the public can gain a better understanding of each other."
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick & Vid Ingelevics - 2012 - Two pieces of the Berlin Wall, painted by well-known Wall painter, Thierry Noir, donated to NYC by the city of Berlin in 2004. Situated less than a kilometre from Ground Zero.
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick & Vid Ingelevics - 2009 - The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick & Vid Ingelevics - 2012 - Remains of the Berlin Wall at the Berlin Wall Memorial Park
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick and Vid Ingelevics - 2009 - Battery Park City near the ground zero site.
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick & Vid Ingelevics - 2009 - The Richard Nixon Library and Museum. The donation of this Wall slab to the museum was also made possible by Carl Karcher, one-time owner of the Carl´s Jr. fast food franchise.
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick & Vid Ingelevics - 2009 - Sculpture Court, closed for renovation.
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick and Vid Ingelevics - 2009 - Vid interviews a student at Loyola Marymount University,standing before a Berlin Wall segment painted by Thierry Noir.
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick & Vid Ingelevics - 2012 - Five slabs of the Berlin Wall are set in a courtyard at 520 Madison Ave. These are owned by Jerry Speyer of Tishman Speyer Properties and were collected as art objects for his contemporary art collection.
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick & Vid Ingelevics - 2012 - Behind the Hamburger Bahnhof is a dumping ground for the displaced Berlin Wall. The re-situated slabs have become a kind of training ground for Berlin´s young graffiti artists as the slabs are painted and re-painted almost daily.