Event bringing Artists of different countries and nations together for one purpose. Shows contemporary Art in different categories.
Professionals and Non-professionals of all ages.
In this year Artists through their Art tell the story about Holy Spirit and His action in human life, in our world, in our earthly life, and about inspiration by the Holy Spirit in the life of Saint John Paul II.
The past Exhibition about the Book of Genesis can also see on the website.
We have at least three reasons. We want to provide you with the unforgettable emotions that are contained in the Art of our Artists.
We would like to invite you to an artistic discussion about the Holy Spirit, Paraclete Who is the Comforter, Who is our Hope. Who renews the face of this earth, which is every human being, which is our destroyed planet, our earthly world and the world plunged into a pandemic. We also want to show how the Holy Spirit worked in the life of John Paul II.
"A WORLD WITHOUT ART IS EXPOSING TO BE A WORLD CLOSED TO LOVE".
Saint John Paul 2
Contemporary Art combining various media, painting, photography, dance,
film, happening, music, sculpture, etc.
The Artists made the Art for the Glory of God,
Inspired by the words of John Paul II:
Let the Spirit descend & renew the face of the earth, the face of this land.
Post-competition exhibitions will be held at the Mt 5,14 | John Paul II and Primate Wyszyński Museum, Porczyński Art Gallery, The Good Place in Warsaw, Poland, in Europe in 2021 and 2022 year.
International famous Artists, but also beginners and amateurs of various fields.
The List of Laureate:
List of Creators and Artists qualified for the second stage of the competition: Vivien Bone, Monika Sawionek, Agata Maślankiewicz, Michele ROSA , Anastazja Burko-Dziemidziuk , Jolanta Mikuła, Barbara Pierzgalska , Alevtina Valentine, Marta Wiatr , Janusz Lewandowski, Krystyna Jatkiewicz , Joanna Błońska , Jadwiga Maria Jarosiewicz , Jacek Maślankiewicz, Izabella Dziekiewicz , Iza Jaśniewska , Ildikó Mecséri, Aleksandra Kaleta , Anna Śliwińska , Anna Forycka-Putiatycka , Adela Kaczmarek- Siwińska , Tomasz Bielański, Adrian Lipiński , Elyandra Widharta, Ola Tubielewicz, Weronika Żurowska , Sylwia Walania , Michał Bugzel , Marta Zarębska-Kmiecik, Paulina Traczyńska, Anna Bartnicka, Danuta Niklewicz, Mariola Wanat, Anna Tomkiel, Tymoteusz Macioszek, Krystian Lachor.
The idea was created at the head of the Catholic, Artist, and Designer, Founders of the Betesda Foundation - Anna Jachimczyk, who bored contemporary art based on the form. So she decided to set up International Contest & Exhibition of Contemporary Art based on the Good News. She wanted to show the world high-quality art, meet and unite Artists to spread beauty and goodness. She wanted to show the world high-quality art based on an authentic experience of truth and beauty, to meet and unite Artists to spread good.
Art with a message of Christian values, proclaiming kerygma, love, joy, hope, and peace. And here we want to show art conveying ethical, moral content, asking for exegesis questions and encouraging reflection, and discovering the beauty of God, man, and nature.
The main exhibition of the Mt 5,14 | Museum of John Paul II and Primate Wyszyński is in the ring surrounding the dome of the Temple of Divine Providence. It is located at a height of 26 meters (eighth floor) and covers about 2,000 square meters.
The exhibition tells the story of two patrons of the Mt 5,14 | Museum – John Paul II and Primate Stefan Wyszyński – against the background of the century in which they lived. Its chronological framework covers the period from 1901 (the year of birth of Stefan Wyszyński) to 2005 (the death of John Paul II).
The exhibition shows the influence of both heroes of the Museum on the fate of the Church and Poland as well as their contribution to preserving the faith and national and cultural identity of Poles and the overthrow of communism.
MT 5,14 Team.
Julian, Peter, Gregory, Julia, Peter, Andrew
Chairman of the Board
Member of the Foundation Board
Member of the Foundation Board / Lawyer
Foundation Member / Journalist