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TANK Magazine | Volume 6 Issue 3 | Live Show
by Masoud Golsorkhi
PLAYING IN THE RUINS
: Cyprien Gaillard brings his architectural studies to MMK Zollamt
: drawing a sculpture at Christopher Crescent
DANCING IN THE DARK
: jump like a magnet, swing like a pendulum, dance with the doctorates
ASIA, SINGAPORE'S NEW FASHION CAPITAL
: nsha atelier debuts at Blueprint at Asia Fashion Exchange
THE MAN WHO WASN'T THERE
: Maison Martin Margiela arrives in London
: short short stories by Yoshiko Nagai
: A bird’s eye view of illegal falcon smuggling from the USSR to Osama bin Laden
: a fresh new collections combines Carine Roitfeld with Mongolian wool
: Sacred geometry
AFTER THE RUINS
: a recent history of Beirut as played by its musical mavericks
: Bourgeois and Maurice take you to another dimension
: Theatre of War takes drama out of the classroom and into the mess hall for 21st-century soldiers
: Nicolas Deshayes mixes concrete brutalism with caramel-coloured glass
: Albert Raurich and Camper bring marinated monkfish liver to Berlin
: an army of artists invade Europe
HOW MUCH CAN YOU ENDURE
: Performance art is not for the faint hearted. James Westcott explains to Shumon Basar how it all started with starving saints and may well end in our age of obsessive re-enactments
THE BLUE PLANET
: Foals, Dave Ma and Christopher Wright conjure up musical visions
ON THE SEVENTH DAY
: a preacher’s week in words
: Lucky Dragons bring psychedelic art, pop and peace
THE THEATRE OF CRUELTY
: Performance revisited on the 40th anniversary of its cinematic release
°1: musical instruments inspired by God
THE MADNESS OF KING GEORGE
: a new edition of Animal Farm proves George Orwell’s reputation for principled political writing is undimmed. But beneath the hagiographies, the great journalistic hero was as much Julie Burchill as Winston Churchill
IF YOU GO INTO THE WOODS TODAY
...: Kohei Yoshiyuki and Tokyo’s dark summers of love
: Tank visits the bars, gardens and discos of contemporary art
: photography by Willem Jaspert, styling by Chloe Kerman
MY N98 MUSE
: Nike and Tank decided to bring together the most exciting talent from the worlds of sport and fashion for an exciting collaboration
: photography by Guto, styling by Chloe Kerman
: photography by Julia Kennedy, styling by Chloe Kerman
: photography by Adrian Gaut, styling by Akari Endo-Gaut
: Ali Mahdavi discusses cabaret with Marjane Satrapi and channels the spirit of Eric von Stroheim for Ellen von Unwerth
: "Because we don’t have any form of proportional representation there are lots of places where nothing is going to change"
: "This century has just started and we are like babies"
: "It was one of the last things I promised my father before he was killed, that I would tell his story"
: "I don’t want anything but chic by day and then seduction by evening"
: "I deeply believe that is our job in life as people involved in the art world"
COSEY FANNI TUTTI & MARIA FUSCO
: "Everything I did was my art life because it all bled into one"
: "I’m inspired by anyone who has ever sat down and written a book from start to finish"
JOHN MORGAN & THOMAS WEAVER
: "Tradition is not a dirty word and too often misunderstood"
KENNETH ANGER, CERITH WYN EVANS & HANS ULRICH OBRIST
: "I obviously like the Jonas Brothers"
: Invocation of My Demon Brother