As Hurricane Irma Bears Down on Miami, a Rush to Preserve and Protect the City’s Art Collections

September 11th, 2017

Workers prep the Damien Hirst sculpture at the Faena, via BoombergBloomberg has a piece this week on preparations underway in Miami to preserve and save art in the face of the powerful Hurricane Irma currently bearing down on the coastal city. “It’s always scary and dangerous. You can’t take any chances,” says developer Craig Robins. “At this point there isn’t much you can do. You’ve secured everything and now you can only pray. You pray it goes out to sea or gets weaker.”

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