Patty Carroll

Patty Carroll has garnered acclaim for her distinctive use of highly intense, saturated color photography since the 1970s. Her latest venture, “Anonymous Women,” unfolds as a thought-provoking three-part series of meticulously crafted studio installations tailored for the camera lens, exploring the intricate dynamics of women and their complex relationships with domesticity. Through the artful concealment of the female figure amidst drapery and domestic paraphernalia, Carroll initiates a captivating and often whimsical game of hide-and-seek between her audience and the enigmatic Anonymous Woman.

With a background in teaching photography until 2014, Carroll returned to the studio with renewed vigor, infusing her work with a playful critique of domesticity and excess. As an award-winning photographer, Patty Carroll continues to captivate viewers with her profound exploration of these themes.