The exhibition has been organized by the CRI in association with Information and Communications Technology Division and Shilpakala Academy
Radwan Mujib Siddiq, a grandson of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, has made a surprise visit to Dhaka Art Summit.
Radwan, also trustee of Centre for Research and Information (CRI), wandered around the summit on the premises of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy on Sunday.
He observed the exhibition titled "Lighting the fire of freedom - Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman" on the ground floor of the National Art Gallery.
The exhibition has been organized by the CRI in association with Information and Communications Technology Division and Shilpakala Academy.
CRI Executive Director Sabbir Bin Sams said: "The organizers of the art summit expressed their desire to keep one exhibition solely dedicated to the observation of Mujib Year. Then CRI extended all the assistance regarding design, picture and others."
He said another trustee of CRI Nasrul Hamid, also the state minister for power, energy and mineral resources, offered his consultancy on design and content.
Like every year since 2012, Dhaka Art Summit is being held this year on the premises of National Art Gallery. It is the biggest exhibition of art works and paintings in South Asia.
Over 500 artists including painters, sculptors, curators, art critics, art professionals, art collectors, and architects from 44 countries, including Bangladesh are taking part in the exhibition.