Red Carpet Event

Vizcaya Museum and Garden’s 62nd Annual Ball

Vizcaya Ball Museo Vault is excited to participate in the widely-anticipated 62nd Annual Ball for Vizcaya Museum and Gardens on November 17, 2018. The ball will highlight Eastern influences on art and high-end fashion with the theme “East Meets West, the Silk Road to Vizcaya.” Philanthropists and art enthusiasts won’t want to miss this elegant […]


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Anniversary Event

Museo Vault Presents: Locust Projects 20th Anniversary Event

The 20th Anniversary Benefit Dinner for the Locust Projects is sponsored by the Museo Vault, a local fine art and antique storage facility dedicated to meeting the highest needs of art clients around the world. The event will be held November 10, 2018, at The Standard Spa Miami Beach. From 7:00 to 10:30 p.m. guests […]


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New Museo Vault Location in West Palm Beach

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New Museo Vault Location in West Palm Beach Art Storage Facility in Southeast Florida to Open September 1, 2018 West Palm Beach, FL: Ten years after dominating the art storage market in South Florida with their one-of-a-kind approach, Museo Vault proudly announces their convenient new location opening in West Palm Beach, FL […]


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Wine Tasting in Miami

Wine Tasting in Miami – the Best Local Wine Tasting Events This Summer

With the days getting longer, summertime is the ideal time of year to add some enjoyable, seasonal activities into your schedule. Fortunately, Miami and South Beach have no shortage of summer events to cater to the fine tastes of residents and visitors alike. If you’re a lover of all things fine – fine art, wine, […]


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Hurricane and Palm Trees

Hurricane Season 2018 Is Going to Be Intense: Are You Ready?

Hurricane season begins in just a few more days. Are you ready for it? Hurricane preparedness is vital to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your valuables, including any fine art you may possess. What can you expect during the upcoming six-month hurricane season? And how can you protect your valuable works of art? Hurricane […]


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How Google is Making Fine Art Accessible and Fun

One of the wonders of living in an age where information is at your fingertips is the way online companies like Google are making fine arts and culture accessible to anyone with the ability to connect to the internet. In an effort to inform, educate, stimulate, and inspire, Google has transformed the world’s arts and […]


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Museum Admission

Miami Art Museums Free Admission Days

As you’ve visited any art museums over the past year or so, you’ve probably noticed the prices have changed. Unfortunately, many formerly free museums in Miami and around the country started charging admission. Many other museums have increased their prices to keep up with operating costs. However, not everyone can afford to pay these admission […]


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Highlights of Miami Art Week 2017

Miami Art Week 2017 included more than 20 fairs at a variety of locations. Between galleries, outdoor displays, concerts, and parties, there was no shortage of events to absorb the art, stimulate the mind, and mingle with art lovers from around the world. Did you miss Miami Art Week this year? Never fear: we have […]


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Miami Storm

Art Survives Through the Centuries, But Can It Outlast Stormy Weather?

Can an art collection survive the storm of the century? Hurricane Irma rolled into the Florida coast on September 10, bringing with it powerful winds upward of 130 mph. It battered the beloved Florida Keys- a category 4 storm that forever changed the hearts, minds, and lives of those who experienced it. Homes were destroyed. Cars […]


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An Inside Look at the Rubell Family Collection

Though little-known outside of the well-defined circle of the Miami art district, the Rubell Family Collection is responsible for much of Miami’s extensive arts and culture scene. To date, it owns its reputation as the collection to inspire the migration of Miami’s biggest art festivals and event, the Art Basel, to its now historic home. […]


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