Kipton Cronkite curates 20 top artists at the D&D Building in 2011 in front of 600 people. Artists included are: Stephan Fowlkes, Marc Dimov, Rachel Sousa, Chrissy Lloyd, Diana Delgado, Ina Jang, Sarah Chuldenko, Simone Lourenco, Joseph Conrad-Ferm, Christian Mendez, Liliya Lifanova, Ysabel Lemay, Dan Schwartz, Monika Sziladi, Maxi Cohen, James Kennedy, Michael Chiarello, William T. Hillman, Richard Horowitz, Gabriel J. Shuldiner,
In 2010, Kipton Cronkite curated the end of summer exhibition called "My Secret Garden" at 75 Wall Street. Located in the ground floor of the building in the financial district in New York, NY, the artists interviewed are: Simone Lourenco, Erica Simone, Dan Schwartz, Matthew Tusciuk, Kimberly Love, James Freedman, Suzy Kim, Daniel Seth Pagel, Bobbi Van, Antoinette Wysocki, Richard Horowitz.
Kipton Cronkite interviews a group of artists in 2010 that inspired him. He curated the exhibition at 32 Greene Street in New York, NY sponsored by the Sorgente Group. Artists interviewed included: Jade Doskow, Stephan Fowlkes, Matthew Satz, Erica Simone, Melissa Fleming, Julie Combal, David Mellen, Sabina Forbes II, Avery McCarthy, James Kennedy and Ula Einstein.
During day 4 of Art Basel Miami 2009, Kipton Cronkite interviewed pop artist Romero Britto in his Miami studio in Wynwood. In his interview, Cronkite speaks with Mr. Britto about the highlights of his art career including top celebrity clients such as: Michael Jackson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Maria Shriver, Prince Charles, Princess Diana and Senator Ted Kennedy.
Kipton Cronkite was followed by a camera crew in 2009 during Art Basel Miami. This video is one evening which includes visits to: the Whitney Museum Party at the Standard Hotel Miami (he interviewed Whitney Biennial Curator Gary Carrion-Murayari), he visited the Ocean Drive Party on a private island (interviewed gallery owner Jason Rosenfeld of Michele Rosenfeld Gallery).
Kipton Cronkite was interviewed in 2005 by Amy Palmer for NYC TV. Cronkite discusses his passion for emerging artists in New York and why he chose New York as his base to help support artists. He explains how his passion for artists began with helping artists from the School of Visual Arts in New York (works with Shuli Hallak) and that his effort to give back was a life-long commitment. For more information, visit Kipton.com.
Kipton Cronkite takes you behind the scenes of the VIP opening at Art Basel Miami 2008. He speaks with journalist Linda Yablonsky about the Barbara Kruger photography, interviews an art advisor on her client suggestion to buy a Andy Warhol Jackie O painting, speaks with a collector considering the purchase of a work of art at the fair. Kipton is seen walking in high speed through America's largest contemporary art fair.
Kipton Cronkite covered the art scene in New York City in 2005-2006 through a series in NYC TV called Art Buzz with Kipton Cronkite. This video includes interviews of: Brooklyn Based artist Bo Joseph, the opening of Alba House (and interview of James Bond actor Sean Connery), the launch of the Young Patrons Circle of the American Friends of the Louvre (interviews with Simone DePury, Olivia Chantecaille.
Kipton Cronkite recorded a series of videos from 2005 - 2011. This video collage includes his first interview by Amy Palmer in 2005 on NYC TV (on why he started helping young artists in 2005). He discusses his Kipton Rising program which debuted in 2006 featuring six artists at James Solomon Gallery, footage from 2009 Art Basel Miami, his 2010 exhibition at 32 Greene Street in Soho.
In 2009, Kipton Cronkite hosted a segment on Plum TV during Art Basel Miami. In this segment, Kipton walks around during the VIP opening of the Pulse Art Fair interviewing a group of collectors, gallery owners and the director of the Pulse Art Fair.
Kipton Cronkite curates art for individuals, real estate developers and companies. He is licensed to sell real estate in New York and focuses on Manhattan including: Upper East Side, Chelsea, Financial District, Meatpacking, Lower East Side and Midtown.
Kipton Cronkite was interviewed by Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin on a $40 million yacht in New York, in late 2014. The purpose of the interview was to discuss the art market and Cronkite's focus around two emerging artists, Greg Haberny and Matthew Satz.
Kipton Cronkite interviews a group of artists in 2010 that inspired him. He curated the exhibition at 32 Greene Street in New York, NY sponsored by the Sorgente Group. Artists interviewed included: Jade Doskow, Stephan Fowlkes, Matthew Satz, Erica Simone, Melissa Fleming, Julie Combal, David Mellen, Sabina Forbes II, Avery McCarthy, James Kennedy and Ula Einstein. Curators interviewed included: Anastasia Rogers, Heidi Lee and Karline Moeller.Over 750 people attended the opening of Urban Utopia at 32 Greene Street in New York, NY.