Vogue Australia September 2020 Cover

Vogue Australia‘s September issue issue is dedicated to the theme of hope and features an artwork by Anangu/Aboriginal Pitjantjatjara woman and spiritual healer Betty Muffler, the first time an artwork has covered the monthly publication in its 60 year history.

The piece, titled Ngangkari Ngura (Healing Country) (2020) was commissioned by Vogue Australia in collaboration with the National Gallery of Australia, where it is currently on display. Betty Muffler hails from Iwantja Arts in the remote Indulkana Community in far north-east South Australia, approximately 400 kilometres south of Alice Springs and her artwork forms part of a global initiative between all 26 Vogues internationally, which have united behind this theme of hope. (source)

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