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Influenced by her Scandinavian and Caribbean heritage, Tania Marmolejo studied Graphic Design and Illustration in Norway and returned to the Dominican Republic to study Fine Arts at the Altos de Chavon School of Design. In 1998, she received the Bludhorn Scholarship, and continued her studies at Parsons The New School for Design, New York, graduating with a degree in Fine Arts and Illustration in 2000.

She began her artistic career as an illustrator for the fashion and lifestyle sections of Obsidiana magazine in New York. During those years, she also designed characters and backgrounds for MTV, PBS, Hyperion / Disney and Scholastic Books among others, as part of Data Motion Arts studios, receiving various ASIFA and CINE awards.

In 2005 Tania joined the group of artists at MadArts Studios in Brooklyn, New York, where she participated in several group exhibitions. Since then, her work has been exhibited in numerous collective national and international exhibitions, representing The Dominican Republic in several Iberoamerican Art Salons in Washington DC; as well as in international art fairs such as Context Art Miami during Art Basel, and Pinta NY.

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