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It’s that time of the year again: we reflect on these past months to see our ups and downs, our accomplishments and failures, our best and worst. And, of course, we do this while thinking on what’s next, on what will the new year bring us. The team at Cape Town’s Smith gallery does so as well with Rendezvous II, a group exhibition featuring more than twenty artists who’ve created a special piece each “that represents the best of their current practice”, curator Jana Terblanche explains.

On view until January 11, 2020, the exhibition is, in Terblanche’s words, “a celebration of all that was achieved in 2019, and looks towards 2020 with renewed energy and a sense of optimism.” Through a wide range of expressions spanning painting, sculpture, textile art, light work, drawing and photography, Rendezvous II gathers the work of of twenty-four different artists tackling themes such as identity, art history, feminism, portraiture, rituals, culture, representation, absence or mythology among others. If you’re in the South African city, head to Smith and don’t miss the works of, among others, Talia Ramkilawan, Stephen Allwright, Rosie Mudge, Nabeeha Mohamed, Thandiwe Msebenzi, Gabrielle Raaff, Marsi van de Heuvel, Michaela Younge, Lulama Wolf, Grace Cross, Katharien de Villiers, and Elsabé Milandri.
The exhibition Rendezvous II is on view until January 11, 2020, at Smith gallery, 56 Church Street, Cape Town.

Arnau Salvadó
Grace Cross

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