Martin Roth Symposium
What can culture do?
Video | Benita von Maltzahn is Volkswagen Group's Director of Global Corporate Citizenship, coordinating its cultural and social engagement. In our interview, she talks about her work with Martin Roth, about her company's role as a supporter of culture and about the aim to bring as many people as possible in touch with culture and the arts.
Interview | Bill Sherman, Director of the Warburg Institute in London, worked with Martin Roth for several years. He understands Martin Roth as somebody who advocated cultural dialogue – even when the diplomatic relations between countries have broken down. A conversation about the international outlook of the museums of the future.
Interview | Tim Reeve, Deputy Director and Chief Operating Officer of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London (V&A), has worked with Martin Roth for three years. He considers Martin Roth's influence on the V&A as crucial and is convinced, Martin Roth would have admired French President Macron's use of cultural diplomacy.
Interview | For Zelfira Tregulova, General Director of the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, the late Martin Roth was one of the greatest museum directors of the last decade. A conversation about Roth's legacy, the meaning of culture and the future of the museum.
Interview | 5 questions to Dr. Odila Triebel, Head of "Dialogue and Research Culture and Foreign Policy" at ifa and co-curator of the Martin Roth Symposium
Interview | In the autumn of 2016 newspapers reported that Martin Roth was to leave the Victoria and Albert Museum. The reason: Brexit. Until his death, he was committed to a united Europe. In the interview, published in the V&A Annual Review 2015–2016, he referred to his demands on museums.