1941 – 


György Galántai is a Hungarian neo-avant-garde artist, organizer of the events of the Chapel Studio in Balatonboglár (1970 –1973) and founder of the Artpool Art Research Center Budapest. He studied at the Technical School for Road Construction in Székesfehérvár where he attended all possible study groups for drawing. After spending a few years working as a construction technician, in 1963 he was accepted by the Department of Painting of the Hungarian Academy of fine Arts. During the Communist Era of Hungary, he organized illegal, underground avant-garde exhibitions and therefore he was considered to be a “dangerous element” by the Party for spreading western propaganda.