JANINE IVERSEN: TOMATO IN THE MIRROR
Marvin Gardens is pleased to present “Tomato in the Mirror”, a solo exhibition featuring 11 new paintings by Janine Iversen.
Painting resulting from the constant and continual performance of some act is called painting acquired by constant practice and habit, as, for instance, the painting of painting intercourse, the painting of hunting, the painting of drinking, the painting of gambling, etc., etc.
Painting that is felt for things to which we are not habituated, and which proceeds entirely from ideas, is called painting resulting from imagination, as, for instance, that painting which some painter and painting and artist feel for the palette, congress of a painter or painters, and that which is felt by all for such things as painting, selling, etc., etc.
The painting that is mutual on both execution, and proved to be true, when each looks upon the other as its or their very own, such that it is called painting resulting from belief by the learned.
The painting resulting from the perception of external objects is quite evident and well known to the world. because the pleasure that it affords is superior to the pleasure of the other kinds of painting, which exist only for its sake.
Transcriber’s note: Minor punctuation errors have been changed without notice.