Dear Red Door network,
How’s The Future treating you?

I’m writing from a spring-ish Copenhagen, with a window wide open, staring at the future. The correspondents of the magazine and I have been busy preparing a very special issue of Red Door Magazine #20, to celebrate our 10th anniversary.

Visit our website to flip through it on the embedded player (or download the PDF for your archives) and browse around the page to learn what else we’ve been up to lately:

You can also download directly by clicking here. It comes with more surprises! A free download of the book The Skellig, by Ly De Angeles and Melaine Knight… and the announcement of our brand new podcast, RED TRANSMISSIONS.


Red Door Magazine # 20

Cover art by Kirsten Reynolds, exhibition by Jose Osorio, poetry by Derek Coyle, Nicole Delgado, Janice D. Soderling, Ronald Cano, art by Michael Alan, who was the featured artist of our 12th issue and tells us what’s changed since then… The lovely art of Andreea Vlad, and wonderful literature pieces by Amdi Silvestri, Brandon Davis… interview Dan Weisz, grandson of the magnificent Leonora Carrington… interview with Uffe Lorenzen about his new record Triprapport… interview with Studded Left about their new record Popular Intuition… an article about cartography’s use of drones in Antarctica by Natalia Jaramillo, and oh, so much more!

You can follow us on Facebook AND instagram to learn about our movements in Copenhagen and around the planet, and get a peek of behind the scenes exhibitions, interviews and other projects.

Ah yes, more great news…. WE HAVE A NEW PODCAST!

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and Episode 0 – The Infinite, all of it  narrates the story of Red Door Magazine and its beginnings in New York, 10 years ago.
Episode 1 – TAKE OFF is a conversation with Uffe Lorenzen, aka Lorenzo Woodrose, singer and composer, who’s soon launching his second solo album TRIPRAPPORT here in Danmark, but has a lifetime of achievements in the psychedelic rock world… We talk about that, his creative process, his role in an upcoming Nordic movie called Valhalla… and lots more.

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Thanks to each and everyone of you for these 10 years of art, conversations, poetry, adventures and dreams.
We look forward to many more.

We exist!







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