Fred Kleinberg was born in 1966 in Paris, France, where he currently lives and works. He studied at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Since 1985, his work has been exhibited in Europe, the United States, India, and China.

He creates works in series, and each one has come intuitively to him from the trips that he takes. He has exhibited in many group shows, both in France and abroad, as well as within several artist residencies from Europe, America, Russia, India, that have allowed him to travel the world. These residencies include the Villa Medici in Rome in 1996 in collaboration with the novelist Kits Hilaire, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow in 2001, the Art Residency of Pondichéry in 2004 in India, in China in 2010 in collaboration with the Hong Merchant Gallery of Shanghai, and again in India in 2018 at the University of Shantiniketan. He received several painting awards: the Salon de Montrouge prize in 1998, the Coprim Foundation Award in 2000, the Taylor Foundation Award in 2008, the Charles Oulmont Foundation Prize in 2008 and the first Monte-Carlo International Prize for Contemporary Art in 2014.

Each of his main exhibitions show these thematic series: “La mémoire au corps” at the Coprim foundation in Paris in 1999 ; “D’obscénité et de fureur” at the Passage de Retz in Paris in 2002 ; “Made in India” at the Koehnline Museum of Art in Chicago, USA in 2006 ; “Baroque Flesh” at the Polad-Hardouin Gallery in Paris in 2011 ; «Territoire d’héroïsme et de fureur», his first retrospective exhibition, at the Messine Gallery in Paris in 2012 ; “Reborn Project” at the Frank Pages Gallery in Geneva, Switzerland in 2015 ; “Odyssey” at the ART Elysées fair in Paris as guest of honor in 2017.