Lito & Kim Camacho
Lito & Kim Camacho are collectors based in Singapore and Manila who have accumulated one of the most important collections of modern and contemporary art in the Asia Pacific region. They began their collection in 1981 with the work of Filipino modern artists, eventually branching out into Southeast Asian art and Japanese contemporary art, including significant holdings of works by teamLab and Yayoi Kusama.
"When we take the plunge, we take a
very big plunge!"
from Lito & Kim Camacho
About the Artists
Eddi Prabandono is an Indonesian artist born in 1964 in Pati, Central Java. He graduated from Institute of Art (ISI) Yogyakarta in 1992 and is currently based in Yogyakarta and Okinawa.
Prabandono includes design, planning and construction in his large-scale whimsical sculptures that showcase the growth of languages of expressions. Since his artworks require meticulous planning and calculations, he often works with a team to create his sculptures.
He has been part of numerous residency programmes such as Nagasawa Art Park Artist- in Residence by The Japan Foundation and Artist Coming Home-Artist Studio Program NAP. His recent exhibitions include the 4th Jakarta Contemporary Ceramics Biennale (2016) and Perjalanan Senyap (2018) at Orbital Dago in Bandung.
Photo by Nestia.
Yayoi Kusama, a Japanese contemporary artist born in 1929 in Matsumoto, is one of the world’s most successful contemporary artists today.
She is known for her iconic polka dots and nets motifs, and working across a large variety of mediums; ranging from sculptures and installations to paintings and performance arts. Her eccentric style has won her multiple awards such as the Asahi Prize in 2001, French Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 2003 and 18th Praemium Imperiale Award for painting in 2006.
Kusama has held solo exhibitions all over the world, most recently Yayoi Kusama: LOVE IS CALLING (2019) at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston and Infinitely Kusama (2019) at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Photo credit: Yayoi Kusama
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