The Book Issue: The artist Sam Contis discusses her photo book Deep Springs (MACK), which centres on the remote all-male liberal arts college based in the Sierra Nevada, with Tate assistant curator Shoair Mavlian.
The Book Issue: The photographer Hellen van Meene discusses the thinking behind her Saint Uncumber-themed work and explains why the Dutch tradition is so important to her practice.
The Book Issue: The publisher Michael Mack of MACK discusses his pick of the most important books of the year, featuring Sophie Calle, Allan Sekula and Richard Mosse, among many others.
The Gossip Issue: The writer Edward Siddons discusses how gossip might open up the ways we understand LGBTQ+ history.
The Gossip Issue: Tamsin Blanchard investigates the reinvention of the world's most iconic textile, denim. Featuring Faustine Steinmetz, Kevin Youn, Mohsin Sajid and Han Ates.
The Gossip Issue: The writer Jesse Barron discusses secrecy, sexuality and the possibility of living a double life in the digital realm.
The Gossip Issue: Ashish Gupta, the London-based fashion designer, talks to Tamsin Blanchard about his spring/summer 2017, Brexit and cultural appropriation.
The Gossip Issue: The academic Clare Birchall interrogates the power of gossip to disrupt traditional systems of knowledge.
The Travel Issue: The Land of Legends theme park opened this summer, just as Turkey's tourism economy collapsed. Natasha Stallard asks: Who's watching the dolphin show now?