Tank is an independent English magazine launched in 1998 by Masoud Golsorkhi and artistic director Andreas Laeufer, which deals with contemporary culture, fashion, art, architecture, technology and politics.
It is considered one of the pioneering publications in the world of independent magazines, because it has always balanced a low number of advertisers with a high cover price.
Its slogan "Small tank, big fish" started a trend in which creatives, writers, artists and photographers could look beyond conventional discussion areas.
Since its launch, the Tank group has expanded to include Tank Form, tank.tv, TankBooks, and Why magazine.
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VOLUME 1 - ISSUE 8
Find consistency in a chaotic world, or at least some literary anecdote for post-lockdown chat, with this summer's best reads, handpicked and suggested by our panel of guest editors: Barbara Epler (New Directions), Jeremy Poynting (Peepal Tree Press), Alexis Zavialoff and Maia Asshaq (Motto).
And again, Lisa Appignanesi writes about Dubravka Ugrešić's singular brilliance, Christabel Stewart talks about AIDS activism, and Alexandra Kleeman discusses apocalyptic fiction and her upcoming novel Something New Under the Sun.