Author: Amy Touchette

Amy Touchette is a fine art photographer based in New York City. Her photographs explore themes of social connectedness and aim to contribute to a historical documentation. Trained at the International Center of Photography, she began her artistic career as a writer and painter, earning a BA in Literature and Studio Art and an MA in Literature. Amy also works as a freelance photography writer for publications such as PDN, Rangefinder, and Emerging Photographer magazines, BagNews, and Tuts+. She's represented by ClampArt in New York City. Her first monograph, SHOOT THE ARROW: A PORTRAIT OF THE WORLD FAMOUS *BOB*, was published by Un-Gyve Press (Boston) in October 2013. Other publications include the New York Observer (June, 2015), The New York Times (July, 2012), Esquire Magazine, Russia (May, 2011), and Loudmouth Press's fine art book Why Are You Surprised I'm Still Here? (November, 2010). Her photographs have exhibited nationally and internationally, including Moscow MoMA (Russia), the Pingyao International Photography Festival (China), Arte Fiera OFF (Italy), Noorderlicht Gallery (Netherlands), Leica Gallery-Warszawa (Poland), and Hamburg Triennial of Photography (Germany). She's given artist lectures at B&H Superstore, School of Visual Arts, the School of the International Center of Photography, and elsewhere.

Shoot the Arrow: A Portrait of The World Famous *BOB*
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Shoot the Arrow: A Portrait of The World Famous *BOB*

Un-Gyve Press

Photography. Literary Nonfiction. LGBT Studies. SHOOT THE ARROW is a collection of Amy Touchette's intimate black-and-white photographs of the onstage and offstage life of celebrated New York City burlesque dancer The World Famous *BOB*. A central f...

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