Ulf Puder’s paintings of post-apocalyptic bungalows are deeply mysterious, from their locations (coastal? mountainous? awkwardly pressed up against a bridge?) to the cause of their apparent abandonment. In the past, the Leipzig-based painter has depicted temporary structures like tents and mobile homes, but most of the new canvases in this show feature more permanent buildings like small peaked homes, most of which are set in drab, unpeopled environments and boarded up with rigid swaths of bright pink, blue or green. Morgenstimmung, for example, looks like a fairly innocuous regional airport in its off hours; others, like Hafenbecken and Landschaft mit Dorf and Brucke, have a decidedly ominous-verging-on-criminal mood.