Winter is here and we are in the midst of the darkest, coldest and wettest season. It takes quite a bit to rise and shine at this time of year, and with Christmas right around the corner, and countless things on your never-ending to-do list, we want to suggest you take a deep breath and allow yourself to indulge in a little dose of great inspiration. We are really looking forward to sharing with you: Forgotten Places, Transylvanian art and delivering the entire internet to your inbox in this month's top picks – and the reason behind the name? Simply because DEEP is the new black.
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Anne Haaning — Half Hidden 30. nov - 16. feb
Exploring technological development within a broader historical perspective on resource extraction, mining and imperialism, Anne Haaning’s exhibition Half Hidden centers on an abandoned cryolite mine in Ivittuut, Greenland. The exhibition re-contextualises archival materials and sheds light on forgotten places and structures that persist invisibly as memories.
© Kinga Bartis
ONE TO WATCH
The Transylvanian-Hungarian born artist Kinga Bartis who currently lives in Copenhagen recently caught our attention when she exhibited her paintings at The Artists’ Autumn Exhibition at Den Frie.
Read more about her work here or follow her on Instagram to explore her universe of cultural and political dogmas.
Morgenpost (In Danish)
By Kristoffer Dahy Ernst
Want something to look forward to every week? Morgenpost is a weekly newsletter, delivering the entire internet to your inbox every Friday morning. Curated by Kristoffer Dahy Ernst and Føljeton, Morgenpost brings you inspiration through art, photography, literature, and everything silly, fun and informative the internet has to offer — giving you that weekend feeling right from the get go on Friday morning. Sign up to be just as excited to check your email as we are.