Janos Fajo is known for painting.
János Fajo was born in 1937. He studied decorative painting from 1956 to 1961, at the Budapest Academy of Applied Arts. In 1964, he learned the work of Lajos Kassak, and became his pupil.
In 1966, he arranged the exhibition of the Studio of Young Artists '66'. Here he gets in touch with artists like István Nádler and Imre Bak. From 1968, he traveled to Basel, Paris, and Nuremberg. Along the way, he met Victor Vasarely, Max Bill, and the collector and art dealer Carl Laszlo.
In 1974, he established a silkscreen workshop for fellow painters to provide access to international art fairs.