September 11th Exhibit at the New York Times Building

9/11 Remembered: A Gallery of Reflection

The New York Times sponsored a special 9/11 exhibit from September 8-12 in the lobby of their building in Hell’s Kitchen. It featured a variety of exhibits which compliment their online 9/11 exhibit.

Three exhibits near the building's center atrium

The main entrance to the exhibit

Exhibit Features

  • More than 150 photographs from The Times’s archive, including a new series of photographs by Pulitzer Prize–winning photographer Damon Winter, which captures the workers building One World Trade Center.
Photos of 9/11
  • An interactive database of Portraits of Grief, where visitors can view biographical sketches and photos of the victims of 9/11 and interactive features, which allow visitors to share their thoughts and memories of 9/11, and their hopes for the future.
Video screens and an interactive exhibit
  • Video features, including a timeline of events since September 11, 2001; interviews with New Yorkers about what they learned from 9/11; and a look at the troops who enlisted in the days after 9/11.
Large portrait of Tribute in Light and video screens

Three exhibits near the building's center atrium
  • A virtual model of the future World Trade Center site and Memorial Pools.
Virtual renderings of the new World Trade Center

A 3D virtual iPad rendering of the future World Trade Center complex
  • A display of artifacts from September 11, 2001, saved and submitted by readers.
A display case containing mementos of 9/11 Sculpture of the Twin Towers filled with WTC dust

Learn More

Official New York Times site for the exhibit

9/11 coverage from the New York Times

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