Uwe Müller-Fabian, born 1947 in the German Black Forest, degree in architectural and advertising design from Berlin University of Fine Arts, study of archaeology. Round-the-world trip 1973-77, working as sailor, construction labourer, film extra, night-watchman, textile designer, shipyard hand, detective, dish washer. Back in Berlin from 1978 onwards. Freelance work in design, architecture and film business, set and scene-painter.Further studies in painting and sculpture 1981-84 at Berlin University of Fine Arts. Won several awards and bursaries, contract work, publication of works catalogue.Daughter Zora born 1991 in Bremen. Purchased a farm in the village of Vehlefanz, north of Berlin. Lived and worked in Bremen 1992-93. Moved to Vehlefanz in 1993. Married Dr. Susanne Halbeisen. Built new studio in Vehlefanz. Son maximilian born 1997.|
Selection of solo exhibitions: Gallery Christoph Weber, Berlin; Cloister Gallery Alpirsbach; Gatehouse Wellingsbüttel, Hamburg; Kunsthöfle Stuttgart; Galerie im Medienhaus, Bremen; Kiriat Bialik, Israel; Gallery Samtleben, Potsdam; Gallery Oltmans, Unkel, near Bonn; Municipal Gallery Altena; Gallery Khoury, Bremen; Oranienburg Palace; Rheinsberg Palace; Cloister Gallery Zehdenick; Foyer Gallery, Deutsche Industriebank, Berlin; Orangery Oranienburg; Kulturtage Neuruppin; Gallery Markt 21, Weimar; Ehm Welk Museum of Litirature, Angermünde; Gallery Chipo Musandi, Berlin; Wustrau Palace; Museum Gallery Falkenseee; Gallery Fise, Budapest; Municipal Acadamy Erlangen; Art Forum Schluchsee; Kulturhaus Spandau, Berlin; Gallery Seywald, Salzburg; Gerhard Hauptmann Museum, Ekner; Kunstamt Tempelhof, Berlin; Gotisches Haus, Berlin; Galerie im Lichthof, Hannover; Galerie Möller, Warnemünde; Kunstverein Löffingen; Deutsche Richterakademie, Trier; Kunstverein Gundelfingen, Freiburg. Noumerous participations in exhibitions.
Member of Association of Professional Fine Artists, Berlin. Public acquisitions: City of Berlin (5 purchases), Deutsche Bank, German Maritime Museum in Bremerhaven, Berliner Bank, Oranienburg Town (2 purchases), Rheinsberg Palace.