(Budapest, 14 May 1909. - Tel-Aviv, 6. February 1972)
The family about 1920 (the elder son is Béla Bán)
May 14, 1909 he was born in Budapest
1925-28 he studied graphics at the College of Industrial Arts under Ferenc Helbing
1928-30 he was a pupil of Gyula Rudnay at the Fine Arts College
1934 was a foundation member of the Group of Socialist Artists
He was 24 years old
1938 was awarded "honourable mention" at the Spring Salons of the Szinyei Society
in the summer of 1939 he worked together with Lajos Vajda, Endre Bálint and Piroska Szántó in Szentendre
1940,1942, 1944 was an inmate of a forced labour camp for several months'
1942 second prize of fresco-competition "Freedom and Nation"
1943 member of the KUT
1944 his first one-man exhibition was cancelled because of the marching in of the Germans
1946-48 member of the European School
1947 scholarship to Paris
1948 third prize of the fresco-competition announced by the Ministry of Public Education and Religious Instruction
1949 fresco in the MÉM Head Office
1950 2nd degree of the Munkácsy Prize
1951-56 teacher of the Fine Arts College
1953 1 st degree of the Munkácsy Prize
1956-57 living in France
1958-63 living in Argentina
1963 settied down in Israel for good
1965 teacher of the Fine Arts College of TeI-Aviv
1966 Nordau Prize
1972 died in Tel-Aviv (Febr. 6)
1979-1987 After the commemorational exhibition held in Szombathely a collection was formed between the family of Béla Bán and the official representatives of museums.
1987 The family offered to present the legacy, selection of the material took place and the deeds of gift were made.
1988 167 works of art arrived from Israel to Hungary.
April 21-28 1946 (2nd Exhibition of the European School)
March, 1947 The Latest Graphics of Béla Bán, Art Gallery (21st Exhibition of the European School)
October 3-16, 1947 Galerie Creuze Paris (together with Endre Bálint)
October 3-13, 1948 Free Organisation of Hungarian Artists
1955 Fényes Adolf Room, Budapest
1957 Galerie Creuze, Paris
1958 Galeria Antigona, Buenos Aires
1958 Hebraica, Buenos Aires
1960 Galeria Van Riel, Buenos Aires
About the 60s'
1961 Galeria Van Riel, Buenos Aires
1962 Galeria Galatea, Buenos Aires
1965 Painters Association Pavilion, Tel-Aviv
1968 Dugith Galeria. Tel-Aviv
1968 Herzlia Museum, Tel-Aviv
July 20 - September 16, 1979 Museum of Revolution, Szombathely
November 4 - december 4, 1988 Pécs Gallery
April 13 – May 14, 1989 Budapest Exhibition Hall
May 24 - June 26, 1989 Szombathely Gallery