Patty Carroll has been known for her use of highly intense, saturated color photographs since the 1970’s. Her most recent project, “Anonymous Women,” consists of a 3-part series of studio installations made for the camera, addressing women and their complicated relationships with domesticity. By camouflaging the figure in drapery and/or domestic objects, Carroll creates a dark and humorous game of hide-and-seek between her viewers and the Anonymous Woman. The photographs are published as a monograph, Anonymous Women, released in the fall of 2016 by Daylight Books.

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- Arte Laguna, Venice, 2011
- 'Anonymous Women', Indiana University Northwest’s Gallery for Contemporary Art, March 2011
- Dark and Deadly, the Art Institute of Chicago and the South Shore Arts, January 2011.
- 'Lawns', O’Born Contemporary gallery, Toronto, Canada.
- 'Anonymous Women', M50 Gallery District, Shanghai, November 2010.