Since 2010, JTI has contributed to a number of specific exhibitions (including Miro - Jan Steen in 2010 and Kiefer - Night Watch in 2011) and the restoration of the spectacular 16th-century table decoration by Wenzel Jamnitzer of Nuremberg.


As a partner of the Rijksmuseum since 2010, JTI has contributed to a number of projects. JTI’s commitment to the Rijksmuseum is an expression of its sense of social responsibility for the institutions that promote the conservation of national and international cultural heritage, contemporary art and Japanese culture. JTI has previously contributed to the exhibitions Miro & Jan Steen (2010) and Anselm Kiefer and The Night Watch (2011), to the restoration of the spectacular sixteenth-century table centrepiece from Nuremburg by Wenzel Jamnitzer (2012), and to the museum’s ceiling painting by Richard Wright and the accompanying publication (2013).

In 2015 the Rijksmuseum is celebrating its five-year partnership with JTI. It also marks JTI's second contribution to Miró in those five years, this time to an exhibition of sculptures by Miró.

foto Joan Miró, Jeune Fille S'évadant. Foundation Marguerite Et Aimé Maeght. Photo: Olivier Middendorp