'The Living World' is Chloe Jayne Waterfield's second solo exhibition and encompasses a wider range of artworks showcasing diverse and developing styles, from her trademark semi-abstract pieces to realism, abstraction and portraiture. 'The Living World' is a collective, not only focusing on the world's most endangered environments and species, but also looking back on the history of our planet and the origins of humanity through Palaeolithic art. The exhibition will also feature a selection of works focusing on endangered and indigenous tribes and cultures. 'The Living World' is open for viewing from the 1st to 31st July in the main reception of Le Meridien, St. Julian's, 24 hours a day. Opening night by invitation only. A number of invitations are available for those who ask.