Curating the archive

  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick & Vid Ingelevics - 2003 - This photograph depicts the reverse side of previous installation. At the time of this photograph, the Newseum was located in Arlington, VA. The Newseum has since been relocated to a site Washington, DC. This relocation illustrates our contention that the Berlin Wall is a mobile ruin, displaced even within the same city.
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick & Vid Ingelevics - 2012 - Souvenir stand at one end of one of the few sections of the Berlin Wall in the city that are in their original location.
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick and Vid Ingelevics - 2009 - Berlin Wall fragments stored for future use as souvenirs.
  • 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 and Vid Ingelevics - 2009 - Battery Park City near the ground zero site.
  • 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 - 2012 - The inner zone of the East Side Gallery, between Muhlen Str. and the Spree.
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick & Vid Ingelevics - 2012 - Storage location for unsold Berlin Wall slabs
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick and Vid Ingelevics - 2009 - Original Segments of the Berlin Wall at the future site of the Berlin Wall, Memorial Park, Bernauer Str.
  • photo credit: Fitzpatrick & Ingelevics - 2010 - Wall section donated to Montreal by the city of Berlin on the occasion of MontrealĀ“s 350th anniversary in 1992.