Philip Maughan is a writer and editorial assistant at the New Statesman.

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Cultural Capital
04 June 2013
Saints Alive at the National Gallery.
Cultural Capital
20 May 2013
Taxonomy for the masses.
Art and Design
16 May 2013
“He isn’t a cartoonist, really. He’s a fine artist.”
Cultural Capital
13 May 2013
If Mark Twain were alive today, studied film making at the University of North Carolina and had nurtured a ten-year...
Cultural Capital
10 May 2013
On a bright weekday morning in the lobby of the Aldwych Hotel in central London, the frequent flyers are talking shop....
The Staggers
08 May 2013
In the early 1970s, Margaret Thatcher invited a psychiatrist to dinner in the House of Commons. At the time, she held...
Cultural Capital
07 May 2013
His first appearance in Japan since 1995.
Culture
02 May 2013
“He really wanted to use the cartoon to change the world.”
Cultural Capital
23 April 2013
Good Vibrations tells three stories. One is the story of Terri Hooley, the one-eyed “godfather of Irish punk...
The Staggers
22 April 2013
You guessed it - it's the kids.
Cultural Capital
17 April 2013
Preview: Blue Murder at the Hang-Up Gallery.
Cultural Capital
16 April 2013
Bios for the twenty listed writers.

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