Natixis proud of the successful Hokusai exhibition

January 18, 2015 was the end of the Hokusai exhibition, an unprecedented monograph supported by Natixis in partnership with Réunion des musées nationaux – Grand Palais and the Japan Foundation* and held at Grand Palais in Paris.

Hokusai - Kakemonos suspendus de 12 mètres de haut, siège social de Natixis, Paris

Hokusai - 12 metres high kakemonos hanging in Natixis' head office, Paris  © Fabrice Vallon / Natixis



The exhibition met with great success. Every day, over 4,000 visitors made their way across the rooms of Grand Palais and admired the Japanese artist's books, prints, paintings and mangas.


Because of their fragility, many of the works exhibited in Paris will never leave Japan again after the opening of the Hokusai Institute in Tokyo, scheduled for 2016.


Clients, shareholders and employees of Natixis also appreciated and discovered Hokusai's works under exceptional conditions during events organized by our bank.


* With the exceptional contribution of Musée Guimet 


The exhibition in figures

October 1, 2014 – January 18, 2015

Closed from November 21 to 30, 2014


More than 500 works exhibited

357,217 visitors

12 videos devoted to Hokusai on the YouTube channel of Grand Palais