Marion Faller (November 5, 1941 – January 15, 2014) was an American photographer. Faller’s work has been shown in a range of exhibitions, is held in various public collections and she has received fellowships from a number of institutions.
Faller was born Marion Sudol in Passaic, New Jersey. She studied at Hunter College before earning a Masters of Fine Art from the University of Buffalo in the photographic studies program at Visual Studies Workshop. Eventually, she returned to the University of Buffalo where she taught studio and history of photography courses from 1982 to 2006. In addition, she taught at Colgate University, Hunter College and Marymount Manhattan College. She often collaborated with her husband, experimental filmmaker Hollis Frampton, before his death in 1984. In later years, her photographs focused on the ways in which regular people, often New Yorkers, reflect their identities in inventive displays in and around their domestic spaces.