Home is where the heart is. Becky Suss’ alluring debut at Jack Shainman examines the home as a physical as well as cognitive place. Suss, like Katz, is an unapologetic realist. Her interiors are defined by bold, flat colors; they hold simplified objects encased within clean lines that expertly define uncluttered three-dimensional space and are brilliant studies on geometry. Suss’ paintings have a child-like, amateurish quality to them that nevertheless ask important questions about memory and belonging. At Jack Shainman through June 3.