Isca Greenfield-Sanders: “Inherited Landscape”:  There is a great chasm between paintings based on photographs that are intended as representations of the original subject, and paintings made to represent photographs.  The first is a socially accepted form of blatant lying, the latter an examination of the way we see and remember.  Isca Greenfield-Sanders, a New York artist who has shown often at Berggruen, is a master in the mold of the Bay Area’s great Robert Bechtle at capturing the pathos of the world reduced to an entrapped image.  Oct. 18-Nov.21, 2018

Berggruen Gallery, 10 Hawthorne St., S.F. 415-781-4629.