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Tank, Vol. 10, #20

230 x 300 mm, 288 pages
London, UK 
Published since 1988
Editor-in-chief: Masoud Golsorkhi
Creative director: Sohrab Golsorkhi-Ainslie
Editor: Thomas Roueché

'Revealing All. Since 1988'

As Wikipedia dutifully points out, this publication is ‘not to be confused with Tank, the magazine of the Royal Tank Regiment.’ If it's contemporary culture, fashion, art, architecture, technology and politics you're looking for, this would certainly be the version to go for.

Tank has taken many forms and continues to carve a distinctive niche in a crowded genre. Of late, issues have arrived hand-covered in stickers (with more to be found inside). Strategically stickered for Summer 2024, this is TANK's annual books issue:

'This summer, Claudia Steinberg speaks to Waanyi Nation author Alexis Wright on the slow drumbeat writing that sounds like a drum. We publish new poetry from Gboyega Odubanjo and ask poets: What’s a poem, anyway? Lydia Davis muses on five unusual words, Keith Ridgway presents the mind of an ex-priest in south London, and the TANK team send back a multi-part dispatch from the Venice Biennale. Dan Sinykin explains how industry conglomeration works on the written word, Jonathan Nunn takes us on a tour of London via his collection of books on food, and Charles Asprey lets us in to his art book world.'

And amongst the books, a handful of mags! Spot Chicken + Bread, Poison Lasagne and Journal du Thé as part of Jonathan Nunn's aforementioned collection. 

On the Journal:
‘I am not sure if we are academically rigorous. We don’t aim to be academic, we mean to approach fashion as a serious topic in and amongst other serious and interesting ideas. I guess the form of address implies a reader of a certain discernment, education and intellectual aspiration.’ – Masoud Golsorkhi Read more

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