Tank focuses on fashion, art, contemporary culture and current affairs. Quarterly. United Kingdom.
In this issue: New fiction from Max Porter; Byung-Chul Han proclaims the end of liberalism; Lauren Oyler on deadlines and splintered realities; the cosmic costs of human extinction with Thomas Moynihan; Daisy Hilyard un-discovers the self; the infiltration games of Jill Magid; Preti Taneja's TIDE Salon; Xiaowei Wang unravels the myth of the hard-working immigrant; Juliet Jacques on art and outrage; Victor Burgin's UK76; archaeology of the present from Hamish Wirgman; Carlo Rovelli; Fernanda Melchor; George Saunders; Salim Azzam; Defne Ayas; Natasha Ginwala, and more. (Plus stickers!)
9 x 12", 304 pages
Please note: Some of the stickers included in this issue will be affixed to the cover. Tank Magazine always comes this way, we do not affix the stickers. Cover sticker arrangements will vary, and as always, remaining stickers will be included in the issue.