March Gallery opened on the 16th of May the 2017. We are part of a growing community of artists and writers in Hoi An, Vietnam. We offer original works of art and literature by contemporary artists living and working in Vietnam
We also curate an art space at the Anantara Hoi An resort which is also Located in the Old French Quarter of Hoi An.
At March Gallery you will find original contemporary art, limited edition prints, etchings, etchings, woodcuts and art jewellery.
The gallery is also home to Bridget March's largest permanent exhibition, including her beautiful watercolours, acrylics on canvas, linocuts and etchings.
To visit March gallery is to get under the skin of Vietnam through art, literature and art books.
Visit our artist's page to find out more about their work and stories.
Mission, vision and values
MISSION: To enrich the experience of visitors to Vietnam through a collection of relevant arts, crafts and design which reflect and raise awareness of Vietnam’s peoples, culture, history and landscapes.
VISION: To operate the Company on a sustainable financial basis of profitable growth, increasing value for our customers, partners and stakeholders and expanding opportunities for development and career growth for our employees.
SOCIAL VALUES: To operate the company in a way that actively recognises the central role that business plays in society by initiating innovative ways to improve the quality of life locally, nationally and internationally.
Meet the Team
BRIDGET MARCH is the founding artist of March Gallery. Bridget has lived in Vietnam since 2012 and spent her first 5 years travelling, sketching, painting and writing. She is the author of 'A Week in Hoi An', 'A Summer in Sapa' and 'Sensational Saigon'.
Bridget is from northern England where she was a senior lecturer at Leeds College of Art.
'I was born to draw and write. After art school, I was distracted for about 25 years while I went to went to university, got a design degree, had an career in product design, drew and painted in my holidays, went back to university, learned to teach, taught undergrads for 9 years, etched, drew, painted and printed every evening, weekend and holiday, got two more post grad diplomas in education and leadership and stuff, worked art markets in the rain at weekends, got an MBA when I was 56 years old and then looked at the bank balance and thought - "I am going back to drawing and writing"
So, I needed to find a place that suited my savings and here I am in Vietnam. I feel like I have found myself again and have re-aligned my passions with my 16 year-old self. Now, after 5 years, I wake up every day in some sort of garden of delights and wonder if it is a dream'
FRANZI is March Gallery's Operations Assistant. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre and Media and also studied Art History and South-East Asian Studies in Berlin. She has been living in Vietnam for three years and has now settled in her favourite place in all of Vietnam, Hoi An. Franzi feels like she now knows Vietnam better than Germany, where she is from and has really connected with the local art scene here. She is already busy organizing community art events in Hoi An.
"Once my friends told me my rooms look like a museum shop – a gathering of (contemporary) art, art supplies, pretty things and granny's antiques… This is also what makes March Gallery so special and why it is the perfect spot to work at in Vietnam’s most magical town!"