A lush seascape titled “Two Trees” commands the first room of the Scottish-born, Trinidad-based painter’s new show. Its mauve sky and rippling aquamarine expanse collapse the mythic and the quotidian, as fantastical purple-trunked trees share the scene with three ghostly figures, one of which trains a video camera on the others. Also on view is a salon-style installation of smaller works, many on paper. A bather in red trunks is a recurring motif, as are lions, which appear in lovely charcoal studies and pastel drawings, and also on canvases. Throughout, Doig eschews thematic coherence, throwing wild-card abstractions and figurative one-offs into the mix – a dreamy world in which bright fragments carry as much weight as cinematic vistas.