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Axel M. Mosler

Background Information about Axel M. Mosler


Axel M. Mosler was born in Dortmund in 1953 where he also graduated from his photographic studies at the technical high school. Since 1977 he has been active as a freelance photo designer and landscape photographer. Panorama photography is a permanent feature of his photographic work and has been presented in many exhibitions in Germany and abroad. Extensive photographic expeditions have taken him to Scotland, Norway, Canada, Greece, Tuscany and the USA among others.


1953born in Dortmund, Germany
1971Photography, University of Applied Sciences, Dortmund, Germany
since 1976works as freelance photo designer in Dortmund, Germany
1980-1987University teaching position, University of Applied Sciences, design faculty, major field photography, Dortmund, Germany
1982-1985Full-time lecturer, Photography, University of Applied Sciences, design faculty, Kiel, Germany
since 1988Mosler primarily compiles illustrated books: Clouds, Winter, Hannover, Milan, Greece, Weimar, Dresden, Thuringia, Saxony, Leipzig, Saxon Switzerland, Loire castles, New Zealand, The Romantic Rhine, The Odenwald, Rhineland-Palatinate, Singapore, USA The West Coast, Norway, Scotland, Dream-road Germany - Dolomites, Dream-road Greece, Tuscany, Veneto and Friuli (culinary journey), East Frisia, Tuscany Panorama, Masuria, Italian Riviera (Liguria), Denmark, Panorama-books on Scotland, Greece, Norway, Canada, Tuscany, West Coast USA
Mosler is member of the professional associations BFF, BBK Westfalen, DFA, DGPh and Westfälischer Künstlerbund Dortmund e.V.
Publications in various international magazines


2007Photographs, Torhaus Rombergpark, Dortmund, Germany
2000Torhaus Rombergpark, Dortmund, Germany
1999Compuware Dortmund, Germany
1995Torhaus Rombergpark, Dortmund, Germany
1992Leica Gallery, Solms, Germany
Galerie im alten Rathaus, Schöppingen, Germany
FA GDL (Photo Academy – German Photographers Association), Leinfelden, Germany
1991Bank Gallery Volksbank, Warstein, Germany
1989Photo gallery Barendorf, Iserlohn, Germany
1988Dresdner Bank, Dortmund, Germany
1987Leica Gallery, Wetzlar, Germany
1986Hasselblad Gallery, Gothenburg, Sweden
1985Stadtbildnerei, Kiel, Germany
1984Galerry Brennpunkt, Berlin, Germany
Axel M. Mosler and students of the University of Applied Sciences Kiel, Galerry Brunswiker Pavilion, Kiel, Germany
1983Leic Gallery, Wetzlar, Germany
Gallery in the Fotorama Agfa Gevaert, Leverkusen, Germany
1981Artothek, Dortmund, Germany
1978Photokina, Agfa Gevaert, Leverkusen, Germany
1975Gallery in the Fotorama Agfa Gevaert, Leverkusen, Germany
2006-2007Galerie auf Zeit, Association of Westphalian Artists Dortmund e.V., Dortmund, Germany
200650 years Association of Westphalian Artists Dortmund e.V., Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany

BFF, region North Rhine-Westphalia, CCD Gallery Dusseldorf, Germany

2004 KUNSThafen, Association of Westphalian Artists Dortmund, Dortmund Speicher, Germany
Association of Westphalian Artists Dortmund, Kunststubn Weyarn, Germany
200350 years Reflexions – Reactions, BBK, Museum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte, Dortmund, Germany
Quadristen, BBK, Torhaus Rombergpark, Dortmund, Germany
Menschenbilder, BBK, Center of Technology, Bochum, Germany
2001Kunst & Umwelt, BBK, Center of Technology EcoTextil, Bochum, Germany
Association of Westphalian Artists, Rathaus Dortmund, Germany
2000Artothek, Dortmund, Germany
BFF, region North Rhine-Westphalia, Photokina, Cologne, Germany
1999BFF, region North Rhine-Westphalia, Erotik Museum, Hamburg, Germany
BFF, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg, Germany
1998Art Landscape Westphalia, BBK, Hamm, Germany
1997Art from Dortmund, Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany
1995BFF, Landesmuseum Volk & Wirtschaft, Dusseldorf, Germany
1993Art from Dortmund, Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany
1991Association of Westphalian Artists, Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany
Exponata, Münster, Germany
1989Torhaus Rombergpark, Dortmund, Germany
1988Westphalian artists, Dortmund, Germany
1982Ruhr exhibition, Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany