Curating the archive

  • 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.
  • 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 - 2010 - Six segments of the Berlin Wall are located on one of the town´s main streets.
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick & Vid Ingelevics - 2012 - Berlin Wall memorial and viewing station
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick & Vid Ingelevics - 2012 - Storage location for unsold Berlin Wall slabs
  • photo credit: Fitzpatrick & Ingelevics - 2010 - Wall section donated to Montreal by the city of Berlin on the occasion of Montreal´s 350th anniversary in 1992.
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick & Vid Ingelevics - 2009 - Joe Sciamarelli, President of the Berlin Wall Commemorative Group, with his two Berlin Wall slabs, currently in storage behind a suburban garage in New Jersey.
  • photo credit: Blake Fitzpatrick & Vid Ingelevics - 2012 - The Berlin Wall Memorial.
  • 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 and Vid Ingelevics - 2009 - Cold War exhibit with American flag and Berlin Wall segment, Ronald Reagan Museum and Library, CA.