Since 2011, Of The Afternoon has published photography both online and in print to an international audience. What started as a blog evolved into our first print issue in 2012 and later, an exhibition in London in February of 2013. As interest has grown in the print magazine Of The Afternoon’s online presence has expanded through social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. These daily updates on social media help to keep our readership informed on everything regarding contemporary international photography.
Of The Afternoon is distinguished by its unique design: the first half of the magazine is designed to share the work that we feature in one of our soon-to-be regular London exhibitions; the second half of the magazine features interviews with some of the most exciting names in contemporary photography at the moment, along with studio visits from young creatives from across the globe.
Of The Afternoon asks questions, exploring the creativity, passion and hard work that exists behind every body of work.
Featuring work from 30 of the photographers that were shown in our exhibition, plus interviews with:
Isabelle Wenzel Lorenzo Vitturi Christian Patterson Peter Puklus Fred Huning Glen Erler Kazuyoshi Usio and studio visits from NYC.