The Art of Selling Real Estate

 
I published this journal entry to demonstrate how to transform living spaces with art and attract buyers through my company, ArtStager.
— Kipton Cronkite
Hanging two photographs in this full floor apartment in NYC | Works by Slim Aarons: “ Dimitris Kritsas”,  1967, 20x24 inches (L) and “ Neo-Classical Pool ”, 1985, 20x24 inches (R) |  Schedule an appointment with Kipton

Hanging two photographs in this full floor apartment in NYC | Works by Slim Aarons: “Dimitris Kritsas”, 1967, 20x24 inches (L) and “Neo-Classical Pool”, 1985, 20x24 inches (R) | Schedule an appointment with Kipton

Last month while traveling in Indonesia, I confirmed a special collaboration with Getty Images Gallery. For over a decade, I’ve been art staging properties to help individuals, agents, and developers enhance their properties with art. I rarely share installation photos of my work but published this article to demonstrate the art of selling real estate and how one can transform listings with art through my company, ArtStager. Schedule a complimentary consultation here and scroll down to view installation shots of this incredible home.

Inspecting one of the art staged works for a NYC project. |  Learn more about the art

Inspecting one of the art staged works for a NYC project. | Learn more about the art

Catching my breath after art staging 16 works by  Slim Aarons , September 2019

Catching my breath after art staging 16 works by Slim Aarons, September 2019


 
 

Slim Aarons worked for the leading magazines of the day such as Life, Holiday, Town & Country, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and Travel & Leisure, traveling often to attend parties in Beverly Hills or on Park Avenue, spending winters in Gstaad or Palm Beach, summers on the French or Italian riviera or all around the Caribbean. Slim was very much at ease and on familiar terms with the world’s elite and he brought to his portraits a freshness and certain élan that they greatly appreciated.  

Photo credit: Getty Images, September 2019