Brooklyn Photographs Now,
Us

September 4, 2018 Two images from Us are included in Brooklyn Photographs Now, a book published by Rizzoli reflecting the avant-garde spirit of the city’s hippest borough, containing previously unpublished work by well-known and emerging contemporary artists. The book presents 250 images by more than seventy-five established and new artists, including Mark Seliger, Jamel Shabazz, Ryan McGinley, Mathieu Bitton, and Michael Eastman, among many others. The book documents the physical and architectural landscape and reflects and explores an off-centered—and therefore a less-seen and more innovative—perspective of how artists view this borough in the twenty-first century. This is the “now” Brooklyn that we have yet to see in pictures: what might seem to be an alternative city but is actually the crux of how it visually functions in the present day. 


Lenscratch,
The Young Series

March 1, 2018 LENSCRATCH is a daily journal that explores contemporary photography and offers opportunities for exposure and community. Created in 2007, Aline Smithson set a goal of writing about a different photographer each day, presenting work in a way that allows for a deeper understanding of a photographer’s intent and vision. LENSCRATCH is considered one of the 10 photography blogs you should be reading according to Source Photographic Review, Wired.com, Rangefinder and InStyle Magazine.


L'Oeil de la Photographie,
The Young Series

FEBRUARY 7, 2018 "The Eye of Photography" is a digital magazine where everything about photography is published daily, highlighted, discussed and archived for professionals and amateurs alike.


We Heart,
The Young Series

FEBRUARY 22, 2018 "We Heart" is an online magazine exploring the intersections between art, design, lifestyle and travel.


PDN Photo of the Day,
The Young Series

 

FERUARY 14, 2018 Photo District News (PDN) features The Young Series on "Photo of the Day."


The Daily Mail,
The Young Series

 

FEBRUARY 11, 2018 The Daily Mail publishes a feature article about The Young Series.


Photo Workshop New York,
Interview

 

FEBRUARY 9, 2018 PHOTO WORKSHOP NEW YORK (PWNY) is an educational project organized each year in New York City, founded in 2010 by Laura De Marco and Roberto Alfano, the directors of the center of photography Spazio Labo’ in Bologna, Italy.


The Creative Independent,
Interview

NOVEMBER 2, 2017 The Creative Independent is a resource of emotional and practical guidance for creative people. Its goal is to educate, inspire, and grow the community of people who create or dream of creating. The Creative Independent is ad-free and published by Kickstarter, PBC. Each weekday they publish one interview by an artist—including musicians, authors, filmmakers, dancers, designers, and others. Conversations explore themes like collaboration, creative beginnings, the creative process, failure, triumph, fear and anxiety, and bouncing back. 


GUP Magazine,
Shoot the Arrow

AUGUST 28, 2017 GUP Magazine (Guide to Unique Photography) is an international authoritative publication on photography, connecting its communities with the sharpest conceptual photography, the latest photo books, and compelling writings about the contemporary world of photography. 


LensCulture,
Guest Instagram

JULY 2-11, 2017 While attending Les Rencontres d'Arles, an annual photography festival in Arles, France, I took over LensCulture's Instagram, posting iPhone pictures of the strangers I encountered in the style of Street Dailies. 


Lens Magazine,
Interview

JUNE 2017 Lens Magazine is an international publication showcasing contemporary fine art photography. Amy is interviewed in issue no. 33.


Painted Bride Quarterly,
Street Dailies

SPRING 2017  "43rd Street, Midtown, Manhattan, 2015" from Street Dailies is on the cover of the eighth print annual of Painted Bride Quarterlya literary magazine supported by Drexel University.


The Americans List II

APRIL 2017 While working as a guard at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, photographer Jason Eskenazi began to ask photographers he knew visiting the "Looking In Exhibition" about Robert Frank’s The Americans to choose their favorite image and explain why. Here, The New Yorker explains the project in greater detail.

Includes contributions from Amy, as well as Mary Ellen Mark, Joel Meyerowitz, Robert Frank, Martin Parr, Josef Koudelka, John Gossage, Alec Soth and many more.


TIME LightBox,
The Diane Arbus List

NOVEMBER 18, 2016 As Diane Arbus' landmark exhibition at the Met Breuer, "In the Beginning," which features many never-before-seen images, drew to a close, photographers who knew her or were influenced by her work were asked to comment on a photograph that surprised or disappointed them. Their answers (including mine, slide 3) are compiled in this slideshow.


BUST Magazine,
Interview

SEPTEMBER 19, 2016 BUST magazine's Tara Wray interviews Amy for the series "Lady Shooters," which highlights women photographers. 


PDNedu Blog,
Street Dailies

AUGUST 18, 2016 Street Dailies is featured on PDNedu's blog. The PDN family of websites—including Photoserve, Photosource and PDNedu—is an unparalleled source of information and inspiration for professional photographers, photo buyers, visual creatives, photo students and their instructors.


Fstoppers,
Review of B&H Photography Podcast

AUGUST 14, 2016 Fstoppers is an online community aimed at educating and inspiring photographers, videographers, and creative professionals.  Started in 2010 by founders Patrick Hall and Lee Morris, Fstoppers has grown into one of the top resources for photography lighting, gear reviews, business tips, behind the scenes, and industry news.


The New York Times,
Street Dailies

AUGUST 12, 2016 The New York Times Metropolitan section features a selection from Street Dailies, as well as an article about the series.


New York Observer,
The Insiders

JUNE 8, 2015 In the opinion section of the New York Observer, Amy explains her passion for photographing on the streets of New York City. 


The Hairpin,
McCarren Park Pool
Changing Room

JUNE 20 2014 "Photographer Amy Touchette, whose work has appeared on the Pin in the form of this intensely gorgeous collaboration with The World Famous *BOB* and this 2011 series of sister/not sister portraits, has a wonderful new photo collection and essay about the rule-heavy McCarren Park Pool and the locker room where she met and covertly, quickly photographed a succession of shy, brazen, awesome teenage girls."


PHOTO Magazine,
Street Dailies 

DECEMBER 2014 PHOTO magazine highlights Street Dailies in its Tour du Monde section. PHOTO is a French magazine that focuses  on artistic aspects of photography.


Reading the Pictures,
Street Dailies

DECEMBER 21, 2014 Reading The Pictures Originals features Street Dailies and Amy's personal editorial about making candid street photography in "Ode to Light: Making Street Photography in a Cynical Age."


BuzzFeed,
Street Dailies

DECEMBER 8, 2014 "Amy Touchette's beautiful photographs prove that street photography is alive and well."


Daily Beast,
Street Dailies

DECEMBER 4, 2014 "The photographer Amy Touchette takes piercingly intimate photographs of New Yorkers. Her subjects' beauty lies in their uniqueness, she says."


Reading the Pictures,
McCarren Park Pool
Changing Room

JUNE 22, 2014 Reading The Pictures Originals features McCarren Park Pool Changing Room and Amy's personal editorial about her experience making the series in "When Photographing Is Forbidden: Making Portraits in the McCarren Park Pool Locker Room."


La Republicca,
Shoot the Arrow

FEBRUARY 10, 2014 La Repubblica is an Italian newspaper focused on politics, news, economy, sports, foreign affairs, music, culture, science, and technology.


Strand Book Store,
Shoot the Arrow

FEBRUARY 5, 2014 The World Famous *BOB* and Amy converse about the making of Shoot the Arrow: A Portrait of The World Famous *BOB* in the rare book room at Strand book store in New York City.


TimeOut Magazine,
Shoot the Arrow

FEBRUARY 5, 2014 Shoot the Arrow book event at Strand bookstore in NYC is TimeOut magazine's critic pick.


BLIKK Magazine,
Shoot the Arrow

FEBRUARY 2014 Oslo-based BLIKK magazine features Shoot the Arrow in "The Girl Who Was a Dragqueen." 


Rangefinder Magazine,
Shoot the Arrow

JANUARY 2014 Rangefinder magazine recommends Shoot the Arrow in its "focus" section.


Bant Magazine,
Shoot the Arrow

JANUARY 2014 Istanbul-based Bant Mag. is a magazine that also organizes concerts, exhibitions, workshops, and other events.  


Huffington Post,
Shoot the Arrow 

DECEMBER 4, 2013 "From a girl growing up on a 115-acre farm in California to a drag queen named after The Cure’s Robert Smith and known to concoct martinis in her décolletage, the photos give a bit of insight into an underground figurehead who turned to performance as a method of detangling her own identity."


Huffington Post Italy,
Shoot the Arrow

DECEMBER 4, 2013 "Burlesque, The World Famous *BOB* Fotografato da Amy Touchette: La Vita Oltre Il Palcoscenico," by Pier Liugi Pisa


BUST Magazine,
Shoot the Arrow

DECEMBER/JANUARY 2014 Editor Emily Rems lists Shoot the Arrow: A Portrait of The World Famous *BOB* as one of the season's best pop culture bets in "The Hotness."


The Daily Mail,
Shoot the Arrow

NOVEMBER 25, 2013 "The Life of a New York Burlesque Dancer Laid Bare: Candid Photographs Capture Celebrated Buxom Blonde On and Off Stage," by Sadie Whitelocks.


PDN Photo of the Day,
Shoot the Arrow

NOVEMBER 15, 2013 PDN Photo of the Day displays photographs selected by the editors of Photo District News, a publication for photo professionals.


The Hairpin,
Shoot the Arrow

NOVEMBER 14, 2013 The Hairpin features text by The World Famous *BOB*, subject of Shoot the Arrow, in the article "On Being Photographed: 'Female-Female Spiritutal Transsexual': The World Famous *BOB* Presents the Subject's Point of View."


The Literate Lens,
Shoot the Arrow

NOVEMBER 5, 2013 The Literate Lens is a bi-weekly blog that investigates connections between photography, art and literature, aiming to bring more depth to the cultural conversation around all three.


The New York Photo Review,
Shoot the Arrow
Exhibition Review

NOVEMBER 4, 2013 The New York Photo Review reviews Shoot the Arrow exhibition at ClampArt.


Musée Magazine,
Shoot the Arrow
Exhibition Review

OCTOBER 21, 2013 Musée Magazine reviews Shoot the Arrow exhibition at ClampArt.


Slate,
Shoot the Arrow

OCTOBER 17, 2013 Slate's photography blog, Behold, features an article written by Alyssa Coppelman is a freelance photo editor based in Austin, Texas, who spent most of the aughts as assistant art director at Harper’s.


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Paper Journal,
Shoot the Arrow

JUNE 27, 2013 Alexander Norton writes a perspicacious article about The World Famous *BOB* in Paper Journal.


Vogue Italia,
"Shades of Women" Exhibition,
Shoot the Arrow

OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2012


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A Survey of Documentary Styles in Early 21st Century Photobooks,
Shoot the Arrow

SEPTEMBER 14-OCTOBER 18, 2012: Independent publisher Edizioni Labo's catalogue from "Uncommon Intimacy," an exhibition held in Spazio Labo', Bologna, Italy, in March 2012, is published in A Survey of Documentary Styles in Early 21st Century Photobooks, by Darius Himes and Larissa Leclair. "Uncommon Intimacy" exhibited photographs by Erica McDonald, Amy Stein, and Juliana Beasley, as well as from Shoot the Arrow.


Transgressor Magazine,
Shoot the Arrow

SEPTEMBER 2012 Shoot the Arrow is the cover story of Transgressor magazine's debut issue, including interviews and audio of The World Famous *BOB* and Amy's super-8 film of her performing "Finale."


Landscape Stories,
New York Young,

SEPTEMBER 2012 Italian online magazine Landscape Stories 09: Adolescence is a collection of photography, interviews, videos, and literature about adolescence.


The New York Times,
New York Young

JULY 22, 2012 The New York Times Metropolitan section features a selection from New York Young, as well as an article about the series. See the slideshow.


SeeSaw Magazine,
Us

APRIL 2012 Established in 2004, SeeSaw is an online photography magazine created by Aaron Schuman that's dedicated to work that successfully captures, represents, and encourages acute observation, via the photographic medium.


Esquire Magazine, Russia,
Shoot the Arrow

MAY 2011 Photographs from Shoot the Arrow are on pages 60-65. 


Versal Journal,
The Insiders

MAY 2011 Versal is a literary & arts journal based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.


PDN Photo of the Day,
The Insiders

MARCH 2011


Why Are You Surprised
I'm Still Here?, 

Deborah

NOVEMBER 2010 Amy's series Deborah is published in Why Are You Surprised I'm Still Here? (LoudMouth Press) created in collaboration with the National Coalition for the Homeless. "Every person who comes across this book will be affected not only by the poignant photographs, but by the lives of the people that they represent."—Michael Stoops, executive director, National Coalition for the Homeless


Nuok,
Interview

OCTOBER 21, 2010: "Today in New York," in Nuok a NYC-based Italian magazine


Painted Bride Quarterly,
Shoot the Arrow

SPRING 2017  “Tompkins Square Library Drawing Class” from Shoot the Arrow is on the cover of the fourth print annual of Painted Bride Quarterlya literary magazine supported by Drexel University.


Booooooom,
The

Insiders

JULY 26 2012 The Insiders is featured on Booooooom.