From the 13th to the 27th November at the Bogdan Ogrizović Library in Zagreb, Preradovićeva street, there will be an exhibition of Blue World Institute Art Collection. The collection consists of works created by eight Croatian artists: Tomislav Buntak, Vice Tomasović, Zdenko Bašić, Andrea Resner, Vojin Hraste, Slaven Kosanović Lunar, Sebastijan Dračić and Vendi Vernić. These artists recognized the value of the work of the Blue World Institute (BWI) and kindly decided to donate their works. Their art is printed in the form of a limited edition of graphics as a support to our organization and their gift to us for the celebration of 30 years of the Adriatic Dolphin Project and the 25th Dolphin Day.

All revenue collected through the sale of these graphics will be used for continuation of the BWI activities in marine research, conservation and education. This unique concept where artists support the work of an environmental NGO has already been presented to the public at exhibitions in the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka, the Art Gallery in Split, the Apoxiomeno Museum in Mali Lošinj and at the Lošinj Marine Education Centre.

We believe that the public in Zagreb will recognize the importance of this initiative and that these eight graphics will provide the basis for an exhibition that will develop and grow in the future, all inspired by the dolphins and the Adriatic Sea. For more information on the BWI’s Art Collection please feel free to contact us at