Collections of photographs donated by the author to Polish public schools, include portraits of famous Polish figures,
such as John Paul II, Ryszard Kapuscinski and Wislawa Szyborska.
The exhibitions can be viewed at both the Liceum of Heleny Modrzejewskiej in Poznan
and the Shool coplex of John Paul II in Michalowice.
Sztuka inspiracji - mamspotkanie.pl
Personal Poet, Czeslaw Milosz
by Judyta Papp
July 20, 2016
On the 105th anniversary of the birth of Polish Nobel laureate, the City Cracow Council invites for an inspiring meeting with the poet, Czeslaw Milosz flanked by large scale photographs at Powstania Warszawskiego 10 alley, in Cracow. This unique exhibition will be open from July 20 to December 21, in the public interiors, where Cracovians receive their ID cards. Admission is free.
Production: Krakow City Office & Judyta Papp Ltd.
Photographs of outstanding poles
July 20, 2013
A presentation of photographs of outstanding Poles whose activity is known and appreciated and all over the world is going to be prepared. The exhibition's intention is to remind of the importance of the output of eminent Polish personalities in science, culture and arts by means of portrait photography. Its special value is to honor and popularize the significant
February 20, 2011
JP2 love - the album consists of selected fragments of Karol Wojtyla's poetry, photos from movie sets about John Paul II taken by Judyta Papp, and personal reflections on the Polish Pope by international authorities of various faiths. Reproductions of the blessed Pope's personal belongings and manuscripts
The Dream charity auction
March 18, 2009
Auction under the honorary patronage of Bp. Nycz, Metropolitan Archbishop of Warsaw. Metropolitan's Curia garden, May 20, 2009. Proceeds from the sale will be donated by the author to the TVN Foundation. We thank all Partners for supporting this initiative.
Photographs have been sold for charity.
August 08, 2008
Judyta Papp takes pictures during the filming of 'Testimony'. This documentary film is a screen adaptation of the best-selling book about John Paul II by Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz. The movie tells the story of Pope John Paul II (and before that, of Father, Bishop and Cardinal Wojtyla) through the eyes of the man who was his Most Important Witness for most
Wajda in etnographic museum
July 01, 2008
Andrzej Wajda. Ethnographic inventory -
an exhibition with photographs by Judyta Papp
Charity auction at Bristol Hotel
March 2, 2006
On February 27, 2006, the New Year's charity auction took place in Le Royal Meridien Bristol hotel in Warsaw. During the auction, Judyta Papp's photographs from the set of the movie 'Karol: A Man Who Became Pope' were being sold. All proceeds from the auction were given to TVN Foundation to benefit a number of orphanages. 20 photographs
Exhibition at the movie premiere
August 2, 2005
June 16, Multikino, Cracow, Warsaw - presentation of the photographs during the premiere of the film as well as throughout the period of the screening (about 3 weeks since June 17).
Exhibition of photographs taken on set
May 12, 2005
Exhibition of photographs by Judyta Papp that show the work on a film about the Holy Father entitled 'Karol: A Man Who Became The Pope'. This exhibition will be exceptional and very important for the city of Cracow which was so close to the Holy Father's heart. Judyta Papp has treated her work on the set of the movie in a special way. Owing to the fact that she had
Promotion of Bartoszewski's new book
April 23, 2005
W. Bartoszewski's portraits during a book launch
in the 'Odeon' bookstore. Warsaw 2005
The Habitués exhibition
October 22, 2004
Exhibition of 13 portrait photographs at the Czytelnik publishing house café featuring frequent visitors to this place: distinguished personalities of the world of culture, i.e. W. Szymborska, A. Dymna, G. Holoubek, S. Mrozek, W. Bartoszewski, J. Glowacki, R. Polanski, R. Kapuscinski... The exhibition will be part
Auction of Milosz's photographs
February 12, 2004
The municipality of Cracow organized an exhibition from 10th to 22nd January 2004. The exposition contained 20 photographs of Czeslaw Milosz, summarizing several years of the collaboration between the artist Ms. Judyta Papp and the Nobel Prize winner. The exposition was enriched with the newest photos of the Poet. The project crowned the
Milosz's photos in Haiku bookstore
January 27, 2004
A number of photographs from the exhibition 'This is Milosz' were shown in the Haiku bookstore,
13 Slawkowska Str.
Czeslaw Milosz portraits exhibition
December 9, 2003
Czeslaw Milosz's portraits exhibition crowning the three-year presentation of Judyta Papp's output took place on the 3rd of November 2003 in the section of National Museum in Cracow - Center of Japanese Art and Technology Manggha.