March promises to keep art-watchers busy with plenty of new shows at galleries, artspaces, and museums alike. In addition to new exhibitions, don’t forget ongoing shows from late February – including those at NIMk, Annet Gelink, SMBA, Akinci, Gabriel Rolt, and elsewhere! Here, in order of opening date, are some March suggestions:
The Stedelijk temporarily reopens (yet again) with The Temporary Stedelijk 2, exhibiting the museum’s modern and contemporary art collection in the not-yet-finished building. From March 3rd.
Huis Marseille presents Marrigje de Maar’s domestic interiors shot along China’s borders (Red Rose, Yellow Rain) and Bert Teunissen’s travel photographs taken from his car (Domestic Landscapes). March 4 – June 5, 2011.
Yesim Akdeniz Graf’s Ulalume and Stefan Ruitenbeek’s Dionysus, or What Do You Think It Is? open in Fons Welters’ main gallery and Playstation space, respectively. March 5 – April 2, 2011.
Dynamics of representation comprises works by Mirjam Kuitenbrouwer and Toon Teeken. At Galerie Ferdinand van Dieten. March 5 – April 9, 2011.
Art Affairs and C&H Art Space present Hermitage: The Modernists, an exhibition of Laurence Aëgerter’s witty photographs of art and art viewers. March 11 – April 16, 2011.
Mika Rottenberg’s video works from 2003 – 2010 are on display at de Appel in Dough cheese squeeze and tropical breeze. March 12 – May 8, 2011.
View Cristian Andersen’s sculptures, photography and works on paper at Upstream Gallery. March 12 – April 16, 2011. Opening March 16, 17.00 – 19.30.
Marian Cramer shows an installation and new paintings by Marenka Gabeler. March 12 – April 20, 2011.
Dina Danish presents her exhibition Smina Smanish at Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art. March 12 – April 16, 2011. Opening March 12, 17.00 – 19.00.
Teachers and alumni of the Rietveld Academy’s DOGTIME bachelor’s program participate in a large group show DOGTIME: the shortcut at Arti et Amicitiae. March 12 – April 10, 2011. Opening March 11, 20.00.
Motive Gallery presents Viviane Sassen’s Parasomnia and Lucy + Jorge Orta’s Amazonia. March 12 – April 28, 2011.
As usual, if you have other suggestions, leave them in the comments!
~Andrea Alessi, a writer living in the Netherlands.
(Images: Donald Judd, Untitled, 1989, aluminium and stove enamel, 150,5 x 750,5, 165 cm, collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam; Courtesy Judd Foundation, Licensed by VAGA NY c/o Pictoright Amsterdam 2011; Bert Teunissen, On the Road; Courtesy Bert Teunissen; Invite Hermitage, The Modernists; Courtesy C&H Art Space; Dina Danish, Still from Counting, 2010, Single channel video, 1.40 min.; Courtesy Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art)