Having been a collector of Western art and design for over 25 years, it was in 2006 when he and his wife, Dominique Levy, created their private collection of Chinese contemporary art, named dslcollection. Since 2005, its inception, the DSLcollection, has been trying to bridge harmoniously: Art, Humanities, and Science.
The collection is opened to a very large public through both traditional communication as well as digital technology. Born into a screen-based world, today’s new generation move in and out of the physical and virtual worlds at ease, believing that each world is “real” to them.
From 2005 the collection went from a website to a 2D and 3D museum, and in 2012 a museum on Second Life and now augmented reality and virtual reality.