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Patty Carroll
Anonymous Women: Domestic Demise
Chaotic, disastrous, yet comic Patty Carroll's Domestic Demise is a fitting climax to the artist's long-running Anonymous Women series. Named one of photolucida's Critical Mass Top 50 in 2017, Anonymous Women: Domestic Demise features a series of farcical single-setting tableaux depicting women who have succumbed to an imploding household of their own design. Here, Carroll's sites are clearly set on the expectations surrounding women in Western society, the role of Homemaker, and capitalistic coping mechanisms.

“Growing up in suburbia provides the basis of my work. I photographically create worlds that critique and satirize claustrophobic expectations of perfection that women continue to face, in spite of contemporary life and careers.”—Patty Carroll

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Steve FitchCurrent Exhibition in our Santa Fe Gallery
Steve Fitch
Vanishing Vernacular
Opening & Artist Reception: Friday, March 30, 5 – 7 PM
Book Signing: Saturday, May 12, 2 – 4 PM
On View: March 30 – May 19, 2018


Vanishing Vernacular is an exhibition by represented artist Steve Fitch celebrating the release of his new monograph from George F. Thompson Publishing. Vanishing Vernacular features a selection of color works by photographer Steve Fitch focusing primarily on the distinctive, idiosyncratic, and evolving features of the western roadside landscape including topologies of neon motel signs, drive-in movie theaters, radio towers, and ancient rock pictographs. photo-eye Gallery is also proud to display Fitch’s large-scale murals for the first time in Santa Fe.

"The photographs in [Vanishing Vernacular] blaze a trail through our Western landscape. It was a selective and personal view that was created over thirty-eight years and many miles traveled. Although it is my story, I think it is also one that most Americans who have wandered our roadways in the West will recognize and appreciate. It is also a story that is evolving and that has not ended.”—Steve Fitch

photo-eye Gallery, 541 S. Guadalupe St. (in the Railyard Arts District), Santa Fe, NM 87501. Tuesday-Saturday 10-5:30 pm or by appointment.

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