Last night KiptonART, the organization headed by the Bruce Wayne-like Kipton Cronkite, had many of its artists featured at a BOFFO event at One Brooklyn Bridge Park. In attendance – pop star Lance Bass who stopped by to support artist Mark Johnson.
KiptonART Online: Last night was the opening of Objective Affection where five KiptonART artists Jade Doskow, Melissa Fleming, David Mellen, Damaris Drummond and Mark Johnson showcased their work in front of over 800 people. BOFFO directors/curators Faris Al-Shathir and Gregory Sparks put together an enormously successful event where over 90 artists and designers had an opportunity to showcase their work in a 14,000 square foot former printing factory on the waterfront in Brooklyn Heights. I caught up with pop singer and actor Lance Bass, who rolled out to support artist Mark Johnson. The event was filled with visually stimulating art, loud musician and energy that will hopefully be the start of many more events planned for BOFFO. There was performances by Michael Alan with Draw-a-thon Theatre, Coco Dolle, Damaris Drummond, and Andres Laracuente. The exhibition continues and is open to the public. You will enjoy the views of southern Manhattan and have the opportunity to see some of the new art talents of the future.