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Tea Party, 2016 Digital Archival Photograph 38x38" © Patty Carroll
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Rolly, 2016 Digital Archival Photograph 38x38" © Patty Carroll
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Sweepy, 2016 Digital Archival Photograph 38x38" © Patty Carroll
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Planty , 2014
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Cozy, 2014 Digital Archival Photograph 38x38" © Patty Carroll
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Cooking the Goose, 2017 Digital Archival Photograph 38x38" © Patty Carroll
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Catlady, 2017 Digital Archival Photograph 38x38" © Patty Carroll
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Gun and Roses, 2016 Digital Archival Photograph 38x38" © Patty Carroll
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Wallpapered, 2016 Digital Archival Photograph 38x38" © Patty Carroll
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Written (Down), 2017 Digital Archival Photograph 38x38" © Patty Carroll
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Booky, 2016 Digital Archival Photograph 38x38" © Patty Carroll
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Picnicky, 2016 Photography 38x38" © Patty Carroll
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Murder by Crows, 2016 Photography 38x38" © Patty Carroll
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Smothered, 2016 Photography 40x40" © Patty Carroll
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Clockwork, 2018 Digital Archival Photograph 38x38" © Patty Carroll
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Revenge of the Plates, 2017 Digital Archival Photograph 38x38" © Patty Carroll
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Dished, 2017 Digital Archival Photograph 38x38" © Patty Carroll
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Biography

Patty Carroll has been known for her use of highly intense, saturated color photographs since the 1970’s. Her recent project, “Anonymous Women,” consists of a 4-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 exhibited in large scale were published as a monograph in 2017 by Daylight Books. This series has been exhibited internationally, has won multiple awards, and acknowledged as one of Photolucida’s “Top 50” in 2104 and in 2017. Carroll’s work has been featured in prestigious blogs and international magazines such as the Huffington Post, the BJP in Britain, and NYT LensBlog. After teaching photography for many years, Carroll has enthusiastically returned to the studio to delight viewers with her playful critique of home and excess.

Grants/Prizes include 2003 Artist Fellowship, Illinois Arts Council, 2011 Art Takes Miami, Photography Category, 2014 & 2017 Photolucida Critical Mass: “Top 50.”

Selected one-person museum exhibits include: Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago, Royal Photographic Society, Bath, England, State of Illinois Gallery and Museum, Blue Star Art Space, San Antonio, TX, White Box Museum, Beijing, China, Northern Illinois University Art Museum, Chicago Cultural Center, Zheijhang Museum of Art, Hangzhou, China, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in 2018.

Artist Residences include: Akiyoshidai Arts Village, Japan, Anderson Ranch, Colorado, Texas A&M University, Columbia College, Chicago, and currently AIR at Studios Inc. in Kansas City, MO.

Work included in many public and private collections, including: The Art Institute of Chicago, MOMA, MOCP, MCA, The Sandor Photography Collection, The Kansas City Collection,  The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, The Ruttenberg Foundation among others.

http://www.pattycarroll.com