Born in Mexico City, Mexico, Márion Talán De La Rosa has nurtured her work by collaborating with artists and innovators of dance, drama, music and opera over the last two decades. During this time, her collaborators have included Julia Wolfe, Heather Christian, Esperanza Spalding, Sonya Tayeh, Caleb Teicher, Chanel DaSilva, Antonio Brown and Joe Salvatore.
For 18 years, she was the wardrobe supervisor and in-house designer at the Juilliard School. Her work has been featured with such renowned companies and venues as Ars Nova, Gibney Dance Company, Limon Dance Company, Parsons Dance, Fall for Dance at City Center, the New York Philharmonic, Guggenheim Works in Process, Ballet X, AMP Dance, Pilobolus, BAM Next Wave Festival, Jacob’s Pillow, Kaastbaan Cultural Park, American Dance Festival, the Joyce Theater and NYU Steinhardt, among many others.
Her work has been nominated for Lucille Lortel Awards and profiled in multiple media outlets, including the New York Times, Broadway World, Broadway Blog, Philadelphia Inquirer and Broad Street Review. She is a proud member of United Scenic Artists Local 82.
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