Tank focuses on fashion, art, contemporary culture and current affairs. Quarterly. United Kingdom.
In this issue: the future at the end of the 1990s with Preti Taneja; Sofia Samatar meditates around opacity; Lucy Raven's concrete cinema; revising Benetton's controversial campaigns; Charles Mudede on the world beat and the end of the world; Sarah Nuttall on the afterlives of post-apatheid South Africa; Lawrence Steele's new vision for Aspesi; Sofia Alazraki floats above it all; Theodor Adorno and the pop utopia; independent designers lead a quiet revolution; Emporio Armani goes technicolour; Sara Bastai asks the algorithm; Joe Cruz and Kieran Kilgallon in the blur; Fiction from Hari Kunzru; Olga Ravn; Alejandro Zambra; Vanessa Onwuemezi; Alexander R. Galloway, 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.