Issue 216

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As the iconic reality series airs its 20th and final season, and amongst rumours of ‘Kimye’s’ divorce, Alissa Bennett explores how the Kardashians changed American culture – and themselves

BY Alissa Bennett | 08 JAN 21

In Bashinda (2020), Rahal constructs an imaginary world very much rooted in India’s current sociopolitcal landscape

BY Mahan Moalemi | 03 JAN 21

The need for a digitally touched-up ‘public face’ has become constant and commonplace

BY Priya Khanchandani | 02 JAN 21

From Stephanie Lepp to Francesca Panetta and Halsey Burgund, artists are using AI to reveal the fragility of our trust in basic information

BY Christy Lange | 03 DEC 20

The artist discusses her use of mirrors and their ‘destabilizing’ effects

BY Barbara Bloom | 03 DEC 20

The exhibition dedicated to contemporary Russian art looks at how the country’s past two decades under President Vladimir Putin informed art production

BY Valerie Mindlin | 03 DEC 20

A century ago, the novelists Hermann Hesse and Thomas Mann depicted a world recovering from war and pandemic. What can we learn from translating their works today?

BY Susan Bernofsky | 02 DEC 20

With a new show, ‘Paradise Edict’ at the Haus der Kunst, Munich, Jane Ure-Smith chats to the artist about his influences and the power parallels between modern politics and historic Christian art

BY Jane Ure-Smith | 02 DEC 20