Taking its title from the prehistoric landmass that conjoined Africa and Latin America, this major exhibition reunites the two former sister continents by bringing together the work of 16 of their emerging artists.
The exhibition celebrates the parallels between the two diverse cultures.
Highlights include Rafael Gomezbarros' Casa Tomada, which shows hundreds of 50cm-long ants crawling across the gallery's walls.
Vincent Michea's bold paintings are inspired by the architecture of his hometown Dakar, Senegal's largest city, with its constantly-changing landscape.
Aboudia's vast canvases show a multitude of characters displaying menacing weapons, a record of the violence following electoral chaos in Abidjan in 2011.