Published by Kerber. Edited by Martin Hentschel. Text by Paul Bloodgood, Cornelia Butler, Martin Hentschel, Oliver Karlin, Ingrid Schaffner.
New York–based sculptor Anne Chu (born 1959) draws on the motif of the putti--angelic cherubs beloved of Italian Renaissance painting--to instigate a dialogue between Western and Asian cultures. Her putti are polychromatic, battered creatures, often suspended midair on poles.