Exhibition "Now is Now" à la Meta Gallery Monaco

By Thierry Geoffrot / Colonel

META GALLERY and artist Thierry Geoffroy/COLONEL present the exhibition “NOW IS NOW”.

The exhibition will start with a full 3 days of LIVE ART launching with CRITICAL RUN Tuesday November 12th. Videos from the installation will be projected at the official opening party Thursday evening, November 14 from 6 pm. In line with the international UN Climate Change Conference currently held this November 2017,

COLONEL will respond to the different news on the day of the events. “NOW IS NOW”… before it’s too late.

Part 1.: CRITICAL RUN:

Tuesday November 14, at 11:am

Part 2 OPENING PARTY:

Thursday November 16 at 6 pm Drinks and 7pm Videos screening

ARTWORKS on view until December 2017

CRITICAL RUN is an Art Format created by artist Thierry Geoffroy /Colonel, debate while running. Debate and Run together, Now , before it is too late.

Previously hosted at institutions like MoMA/PS1, Moderna Muset Stockholm, Witte de With Rotterdam, ZKM Karlsruhe, Liverpool Biennale, Sprengel Museum etc…

META GALLERY invites the debate to happen in Monte-Carlo. Thierry Geoffroy, also known as COLONEL, is a French artist, living in Copenhagen, Denmark.

He is a format artist devel- oping art formats, the best-known being EMERGENCY ROOM,

BIENNALIST and CRITICAL RUN. Thierry Geoffroy/COLONEL is Chevalier de l’Ordre des

Arts et des Lettres. His artworks are included in international museum collections.

ABOUT THE GALLERY

In ancient Greek meta means beyond. In essence the gallery concept is driven towards timeless beauty and elevated emotion. META presents masterpieces from exceptional antiques to contemporary artists of global significance. Emphasizing pure aesthetic passion in the subtle relationship between the artists and their viewers the gallery space was designed to fuse art and technology. An ambitious exhibition program and its prime location by the beach in fascinating Monte-Carlo make it unavoidable in Monaco.

Love your beautiful life!

META GALLERY

39, avenue Princesse Grace, Monaco

www.meta.mc

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