Domestic interiors fascinate me. Not only for their design staements, but also as social-cultural and psychological faces of personal identities. Unlike paintings or sculptures, interiors cross the bridge between high and everyday culture, and can be understood in so many different and complex ways: as assemblage of material objects, as spaces, as manifestations of the culture and the society in a given time. So you can imagine how happy I felt when invited to a unique program conducted by the Bronx Museum and included homes tours art collectors in the TriBeCa neighborhood of NY. After a breakfast reception, we were hosted by no less than six collectors in their homes, but while I photography was not permitted in most of the homes, it was permitted in one of them. Totally recommended for next year.