Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn accepts Honor from The Museum of Modern Art New York

Posted on 29. Jun, 2015 by in Volkswagen Canada

At a Annual MoMA PS1 Gala Benefit , Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn, Chairman of a Board of Management of Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft, was respected on interest of Volkswagen for his grant to compelling general humanities and culture. The eventuality took place in New York City on Thursday night.

In his complimentary speech, Glenn D. Lowry, Director of MoMA, emphasized a instrumental purpose played by Volkswagen underneath a government of Dr. Winterkorn, in a support of initiatives to boost open entrance to humanities and enlightenment globally. He also referred to Volkswagen’s poignant grant to a growth and fulfilment of a muster EXPO 1 New York, that addressed a vicious issues of ecological and amicable changes and that was shown in 2013 and 2014 with Volkswagen’s support in New York and Rio de Janeiro.

„For Volkswagen, operative with heading informative institutions like MoMA provides uninformed procedure on critical questions: What is a prophesy for a universe of tomorrow? What contingency a association like ours minister to a energetic society? And how do we expostulate change? We are gay that a joining helps to yield a wide-ranging general assembly with entrance to humanities and culture, as it is a ideal thoughtfulness of Volkswagen’s ideas”, Dr. Winterkorn pronounced in New York.

“More than 80 years ago, The Museum of Modern Art was founded with a thought that complicated art should permitted to all people. This truth has guided us given then, even as we have entered a technological age. Throughout a activities in a fields of humanities and culture, Volkswagen has common this belief, and we rarely conclude Dr. Winterkorn’s active purpose in fulfilling this corporate commitment“, pronounced Glenn D. Lowry.

The Benefit Dinner was attended by around 250 guest including Wes Anderson, Thomas Demand, Yoko Ono, Mika Rottenberg, Taryn Simon, and generated supports for MoMA PS1’s destiny exhibitions. In a support of a evening, MoMA and MoMA PS1 also respected artists Cindy Sherman and Mickalene Thomas.

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