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ModMag17 this week!

Four days to go!

ModMag17 takes place this Thursday

We have a limited number of tickets left for our annual ModMag conference later this week.
Meet our speakers here, get schedule details here, and book your ticket here.

The line-up:

Anja Aronowsky Cronberg — Editor-in-chief/founder, Vestoj (France)
Nicholas Blechman — Creative director, The New Yorker (US)
Mirko Borsche — Bureau Mirko Borsche (Germany)
Tony Brook Co-founder, Unit Editions (UK)
Francesco Franchi — Managing Editor, la Repubblica (Italy)
Lydia Garnett Co-editor-in-chief, Accent (UK)
James Hyman — The Hyman Archive (UK)
Takahiro Kinoshita Editor-in-chief, Popeye (Japan)
Owen Pritchard Editor, It’s Nice That (UK)
Justin Tribillon & Isabel Seiffert — Migrant Journal (France, Switzerland)
Liv Siddall Editor, Rough Trade Magazine (UK)

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The Modern Magazine takes place thanks to our fabulous partners and supporters:

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