Containers or structures split apart and fracture, their walls resting on each other, mirroring themselves, and angling into the suggestion of other spaces in Tommy Fitzpatrick’s newest paintings. At once citing architectural forms—the paintings are called Aedicule, Bascule, Monolith, Pavilion— and invoking the entrance of the figure, Fitzpatrick teases our sureness of where we are, what we know, and how we see. -Inman Gallery