For over twenty years, Patty Carroll has staged photographs using models, drapery, and household objects to create humorous, provocative photographic tableaux that comment on the role of women in the home. Anonymous Women, published by Daylight Books, presents images of women in theatrical domestic scenes where their true identity is lost in the trappings of domesticity.
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