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Art Stager Kipton Cronkite Pairs 3 Different Properties with Perfect Art Pieces   BY ALLISON BERG |  People Lifestyle   Kipton Cronkite has been building people’s art collections for over a decade. Always drawn to emerging talent, he began exhibiting young artists from the School of Visual Arts New York in a Wall Street space. As uptown collectors migrated downtown to view the art, Cronkite witnessed many becoming interested in acquiring the real estate that housed it and he seized the moment to differentiate himself from the mushrooming field of art advisers.

Art Stager Kipton Cronkite Pairs 3 Different Properties with Perfect Art Pieces

BY ALLISON BERG | People Lifestyle

Kipton Cronkite has been building people’s art collections for over a decade. Always drawn to emerging talent, he began exhibiting young artists from the School of Visual Arts New York in a Wall Street space. As uptown collectors migrated downtown to view the art, Cronkite witnessed many becoming interested in acquiring the real estate that housed it and he seized the moment to differentiate himself from the mushrooming field of art advisers.


Where Do Interior Designers Really Shop For Furniture and Decor?   By AMANDA LAUREN |  Real Estate   Art curator and advisor Kipton Cronkite loves the Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena, California. “[It’s] where I find vintage pieces (furniture, art and misc items) from vendors all over California. I'm into 1950s and 1960s decor and these flea markets always have interesting pieces.”

Where Do Interior Designers Really Shop For Furniture and Decor?

By AMANDA LAUREN | Real Estate

Art curator and advisor Kipton Cronkite loves the Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena, California. “[It’s] where I find vintage pieces (furniture, art and misc items) from vendors all over California. I'm into 1950s and 1960s decor and these flea markets always have interesting pieces.”


Prewar Is So Last Year   By JILL KRASNY |  Real Estate   Kipton Cronkite, a salesman at Douglas Elliman, has also noticed this. “Clean lines are really important to millennials,” he said, “and they’re looking for an apartment that doesn’t necessarily remind them of their parents or grandparents.”

Prewar Is So Last Year

By JILL KRASNY | Real Estate

Kipton Cronkite, a salesman at Douglas Elliman, has also noticed this. “Clean lines are really important to millennials,” he said, “and they’re looking for an apartment that doesn’t necessarily remind them of their parents or grandparents.”


How Art Won’t Be the Only Luxury Changing Hands at This Year’s Art Basel   By KATHRYN HOPKINS |  Real Estate   “Brokers sometimes hire a celebrity DJ or musician to perform at a private setting for a really exclusive small group of people,” according to Kipton Cronkite, an art curator and adviser. “You usually hear about those surprise performances after the fact.”

How Art Won’t Be the Only Luxury Changing Hands at This Year’s Art Basel

By KATHRYN HOPKINS | Real Estate

“Brokers sometimes hire a celebrity DJ or musician to perform at a private setting for a really exclusive small group of people,” according to Kipton Cronkite, an art curator and adviser. “You usually hear about those surprise performances after the fact.”


The Extravagant In-house Amenities of Florida’s Elite   By ZACHARY KUSSIN |  Real Estate, Alexa   And at Privé at Island Estates, art adviser Kipton Cronkite — who’s also selecting pieces for the common areas — will escort owners on gallery visits to help them find works for their own condos. It’s an effort to help them feel settled.  “People . . . are spending a lot more time in Florida,” says Cronkite. “They want the property to feel more like the home they own elsewhere.”

The Extravagant In-house Amenities of Florida’s Elite

By ZACHARY KUSSIN | Real Estate, Alexa

And at Privé at Island Estates, art adviser Kipton Cronkite — who’s also selecting pieces for the common areas — will escort owners on gallery visits to help them find works for their own condos. It’s an effort to help them feel settled.

“People . . . are spending a lot more time in Florida,” says Cronkite. “They want the property to feel more like the home they own elsewhere.”

The Surprising Truth About Fake Art and How to Avoid Being Scammed   $200 billion is spent worldwide on art every year, and $6 billion of that is tainted by illegal and illicit activity.  By BEN RYDER HOWE |  Culture   There are also artists who specialize in borrowing, if not stealing, the vibe of blue chip artists. Such imitators may create “Warholesque imagery,” says art adviser Kipton Cronkite, “but if people walk into a room and say, ‘Oh, that looks like a Warhol,’ then it’s up to the collector to correct them, right?”  Still other people may be less prone to fake art anxiety because for them art is less a status game than a cold-blooded investment.

The Surprising Truth About Fake Art and How to Avoid Being Scammed

$200 billion is spent worldwide on art every year, and $6 billion of that is tainted by illegal and illicit activity.

By BEN RYDER HOWE | Culture

There are also artists who specialize in borrowing, if not stealing, the vibe of blue chip artists. Such imitators may create “Warholesque imagery,” says art adviser Kipton Cronkite, “but if people walk into a room and say, ‘Oh, that looks like a Warhol,’ then it’s up to the collector to correct them, right?”

Still other people may be less prone to fake art anxiety because for them art is less a status game than a cold-blooded investment.