Michael Prodger is an Assistant Editor at the New Statesman. He is an art historian, Senior Research Fellow at the University of Buckingham, and a former literary editor.

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Cultural Capital
09 October 2014
Art as luminous as ever.
Cultural Capital
22 August 2014
Guerrilla Girls to Greenham Common.
Cultural Capital
04 August 2014
Montmartre’s rickety peak.
10 July 2014
On the Tour de France.
Cultural Capital
29 May 2014
From landscapes to cubism.
Cultural Capital
17 April 2014
Do his scenes lack spiritual depth?
Cultural Capital
13 March 2014
Three London exhibitions.
Cultural Capital
13 March 2014
The nation's schoolmaster.
Cultural Capital
14 February 2014
His master's voice.
13 February 2014
Is the head of Arts Council England spending the funds wisely?
06 February 2014
The patriot games.
16 January 2014
Sun-drenched Greek idylls.
Art and Design
12 December 2013
Georgians on my mind.
31 October 2013
Red Fortress: the Secret Heart of Russia’s History Catherine Merridale The Kremlin is more than just a...