Untitled (Two Cups), 2017.
Untitled (Two Cups), 2017.

Image from “Letters to M.” by Jason Lipeles.

Photograph by Jason Lipeles.

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Excerpt from "Letters to M."
Excerpt from "Letters to M."

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Excerpt from "Letters to M."
Excerpt from "Letters to M."

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Untitled, 2018.
Untitled, 2018.

Image from “Letters to M.” by Jason Lipeles.

Photograph by Jason Lipeles.

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Untitled (Cherries), 2018.
Untitled (Cherries), 2018.

Image from “Letters to M.” by Jason Lipeles.

Photograph by Jason Lipeles.

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Excerpt from "Letters to M."
Excerpt from "Letters to M."

Responding to Frank O’Hara’s “A La Recherche d’ Gertrude Stein.”

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Excerpt from "Letters to M."
Excerpt from "Letters to M."

Responding to Renee Gladman’s “Calamities”

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Excerpt from "Letters to M."
Excerpt from "Letters to M."

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Untitled, 2017.
Untitled, 2017.

Image from “Letters to M.” by Jason Lipeles.

Photograph by Jason Lipeles.

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Letters to M. (Installation)
Letters to M. (Installation)

“Calculations of Distance” Group Show

Kate Werble Gallery, New York City

August 2018

"The first time we met..."
"The first time we met..."

Letterpressed First Page of “Letters to M.” (Edition of 100)

Offered for free at the “Calculations of Distance” group show at Kate Werble Gallery in August 2019.

Letters to M. (Installation)
Letters to M. (Installation)

Photographs by Jason Lipeles.

“Calculations of Distance” Group Show

Kate Werble Gallery, New York City

August 2018

Letters to M. (Installation)
Letters to M. (Installation)

Photograph by Jason Lipeles.

“Calculations of Distance” Group Show

Kate Werble Gallery, New York City

August 2018

Untitled (Two Cups), 2017.
Excerpt from "Letters to M."
Excerpt from "Letters to M."
Untitled, 2018.
Untitled (Cherries), 2018.
Excerpt from "Letters to M."
Excerpt from "Letters to M."
Excerpt from "Letters to M."
Untitled, 2017.
Letters to M. (Installation)
"The first time we met..."
Letters to M. (Installation)
Letters to M. (Installation)
Untitled (Two Cups), 2017.

Image from “Letters to M.” by Jason Lipeles.

Photograph by Jason Lipeles.

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Excerpt from "Letters to M."

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Excerpt from "Letters to M."

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Untitled, 2018.

Image from “Letters to M.” by Jason Lipeles.

Photograph by Jason Lipeles.

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Untitled (Cherries), 2018.

Image from “Letters to M.” by Jason Lipeles.

Photograph by Jason Lipeles.

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Excerpt from "Letters to M."

Responding to Frank O’Hara’s “A La Recherche d’ Gertrude Stein.”

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Excerpt from "Letters to M."

Responding to Renee Gladman’s “Calamities”

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Excerpt from "Letters to M."

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Untitled, 2017.

Image from “Letters to M.” by Jason Lipeles.

Photograph by Jason Lipeles.

“Letters to M.” blends my feelings for a former lover with literary and visual critique in an attempt to close the gap between reader and writer, lover and critic.

Letters to M. (Installation)

“Calculations of Distance” Group Show

Kate Werble Gallery, New York City

August 2018

"The first time we met..."

Letterpressed First Page of “Letters to M.” (Edition of 100)

Offered for free at the “Calculations of Distance” group show at Kate Werble Gallery in August 2019.

Letters to M. (Installation)

Photographs by Jason Lipeles.

“Calculations of Distance” Group Show

Kate Werble Gallery, New York City

August 2018

Letters to M. (Installation)

Photograph by Jason Lipeles.

“Calculations of Distance” Group Show

Kate Werble Gallery, New York City

August 2018

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