1938  born 8th October in Szolnok, Hungary.

1950–54  attends Károly Harmos’s art school in Komárno (Czechoslovakia).

1954–56 studies at the Budapest Secondary School of Fine and Applied Arts.

1956  emigrates to Austria (Vienna).

1956  studies painting (from December) at the Vienna Akademie der bildende Künste under R. C. Andersen, J. Dobrowsky and H. Boeckl.

1957–63  Period of orientation and learning: Sketches the structure of Uccello’s The Battle of San Romano. Starts creating abstract expressive paintings.

1958  Study trip to Paris.

1960–61  Graduates from the Vienna Akademie für Angewandte Kunst.

1961–69  Lives and works in Vienna and Paris.

1961–64  Makes drawings and aquarelles in the quarry near Sankt Margarethen, Burgenland.

Researches the spatial construction of the panel painting using the geometric method.

1961–78  Engages in design. Establishes Megyik Design with Edith Kasza Megyik and Branko Sirka. Works as a designer for Amboss and Rosenthal. Creates a revolutionary design for the Amboss 7000 cutlery set.

1971  From this year uses projective geometry and wooden sticks in modelling the structure of the picture. Later makes photograms of his wooden constructs.

1972  Co-authors ‘The Construction of Nothing’ with Alpár Bujdosó, which they read at the first conference of Magyar Műhely in Marly-le-Roi.

1985–87  Creates Katedrale (Für  Paul Cézanne), his first public-space work, from glued larch beams at Austria Center, Vienna.

1993–96  Authors the text ‘The Forms of Emptiness’. Creates cardboard relief installations: forms in perspective painted on wall.

1997  Starts working in Kötcse, Somogy County (Hungary). Begins using steel sheets and precision technologies―laser and water jet cutting.

1999  Study visit to Rome with scholarship at the Accademia d’Ungheria.

2002  Study visit to New York, granted by the Pollock–Krasner Foundation.

2003  Awarded scholarship to Villa Waldberta by the City of Munich.

2005  His second public-space work, the Gate of The Life Science Building and Library of the University of Debrecen, is unveiled.

2011  Member of Open Structures Art Society.

2016  Creates his Bildwerk (60 mm Corten Steel, laser cut, 600 × 479.5 × 221.1 cm) at Neuhaus, Museum Liaunig.