Johannesburg Words 

 Lebogang Mogul 

No, 2021, monotype, sheet size 15 x 23 cm, image size 12 x 19.5 cm, R 2 400.jpg

No (2021) Monotype, 15 x 23 cm, ZAR2 400.00

Eh heh, 2021, monotype, sheet size 17 x 23 cm, image size 14.3 x 19.5 cm R 2 500.jpg

Eh heh (2021) Monotype,17 x 23 cm, ZAR2 500.00

Johannesburg Words: This iconic city allows you the decency to walk  everywhere, it gives you the privilege to walk 40 minutes from home, to  work, to school, or anywhere else; every single day. It is an experience to be  enjoyed, by the everyday woman, a femme, who does not typically get to enjoy raving about the beauty of Johannesburg. It contradicts the reality of navigating within misogynoir; a dangerous space filled with obstacles, sexist roadblocks and patriarchal potholes. This body of work depicts voyeurism and the male gaze expressed through portraiture and text.

Man Claiming, 2021, monotype, sheet size 15 x 23 cm, image size 15 x 23, R 2 500.jpg

Man Claiming (2021) Monotype, 15 x 23cm, ZAR 2 500

Man Leaning On His Car, 2021, monotype, sheet size 15 x 23, image size 15 x 23 cm, R 2 500

Man Leaning On His Car (2021) Monotype, 15 x 23 cm, ZAR 2 500

equesting an uber 2, 2021, monotype, sheet size 17 x 23 cm, image size 11 x 19 cm, R 4 400

Requesting an Uber 2 (2021) Monotype, 17 x 23 cm, ZAR 4 400

Requesting an uber 1, 2021, monotype, sheet size 17 x 23 cm, image size 11 x 19 cm, R 4 40

Requesting an Uber 1 (2021) Monotype, 17 x 23 cm, ZAR 4 400

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Lebogang Mogul Mabusela (b.1996) is a multidisciplinary artist and a self-proclaimed monotypebabe and zinequeen based in Johannesburg. In 2019 she graduated with a BA in Fine Arts from the Wits  School of Arts where she was also awarded the Standard Bank Fine Arts Prize. Mabusela has  participated in a number of group exhibitions at the Wits Art Museum, The Project Space, Turbine Art Fair and Latitudes Art Fair, Design Indaba in Cape Town as part of top the 50 Emerging Creatives class of 2020 and more recently she was a runner up recipient of the Young Womxn Studio Bursary sponsored by Sam Nhlengethwa and the Bag Factory Artists’ Studios. She is currently running a printmaking curatorial scheme called The Monotypebabe Curatorial. Mabusela  prides herself in being the founder of Makoti Technologies™ (est. 2017) a Bridal gifts shop offering a  dynamic range of gunz, tools and technologies that enhance women’s desires and roast patriarchy,  keeps them safe while maintaining their attitudes.

Inwele Zakho (2021)
Inwele Zakho (2021)

Monotype 17 x 24 cm ZAR 2 500

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Black Beauty (2021)
Black Beauty (2021)

Monotype 17 x 24 cm ZAR 2 500

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Weh Peach Black Afro (2021)
Weh Peach Black Afro (2021)

Monotype 17 x 24 cm ZAR 2 500

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Inwele Zakho (2021)
Inwele Zakho (2021)

Monotype 17 x 24 cm ZAR 2 500

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Sthandwa_, 2021, monotype, 19.4 x 15.2, R 2 500.jpg

Sthandwa (2021) Monotype,19.4 x 15.2, ZAR 2 500

Umuhle Yezwa, 2021, monotype,  21 x 27 cm, R 2 600.jpg

Umuhle Yezwa (2021) Monotype,  21 x 27 cm, ZAR 2 600

Umuhle ma uthilile _2021_Monotype 21 x 27 cm _R 2 600.jpg

Umuhle ma uthilile (2021) Monotype 21 x 27 cm  ZAR 2 600

Ufuna Mina Baby_2021_Monotype_ 21 x 27 cm _R 2 600 .jpg

Ufuna Mina Baby (2021) Monotype, 21 x 27 cm ZAR 2 600