Fred Fehlau

Fred Fehlau is an internationally exhibiting artist who works and lives in Truro, Massachusetts, and Lalbenque, France. He has had solo exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles, CA; the Newport Harbor Art Museum (now the Orange County Museum of Art), Newport Beach, CA; University Art Museum (now the Art, Design & Architecture Museum), UC Santa Barbara, CA; Burnett Miller Gallery, Los Angeles, CA and Cologne, Germany; Claes Nordenhake, Stockholm, Sweden; Tony Shafrazi, New York; and Nordenstad-Skarstedt, New York. He has participated in group shows in Los Angeles, New York, Washington DC (Corcoran Painting Biennial), Chicago, Cincinnati, Amsterdam, Paris, Madrid, London, Cologne, and Basel. His work has been featured in Artweek, Artforum, Art in America, Flash Art, Art Issues and Visions, and he has published criticism and essays in various art journals, magazines, and catalogs, including Flash Art (Milan), and Artscribe (London, no longer publishing).

Fehlau graduated from ArtCenter College of Design (Pasadena, CA), in 1979 with a BFA in Fine Art, and in 1988 with an MFA in Art. He started teaching at ArtCenter in 1986. While maintianing the position of full-time professor, he also served the College as the Chair of the Foundation Studies department, Dean of Academic Affairs, and most recently as Provost, a position he held for eight years prior to returning to full-time studio practice in 2018.