Jeetendra Arya: A Lens That Captured Iconic Moments In Hindi Film History, Film Companion
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The National Gallery of Modern Art Mumbai is currently hosting ‘Light Works’ – a retrospective of celebrated photographer Jeetendra Arya’s works, curated by Sabeena Gadihoke. The photo exhibition was inaugurated by Shabana Azmi on September 1 and will be on till October 8. The photographer didn’t merely chronicle famous people. His best photographs emerged from a creative culmination of technique and imagination. Light, shadow, gesture, pose, mood, angle and tone were used to create enduring portraits.

Arya published many photo features on artists, musicians and dancers in the Illustrated Weekly of India that was preferred by photographers because of its superior photogravure printing. In 1961, he joined the Times of India group of publications as a special photographer. His photographs of film stars appeared in various publications in India, including Screen, Filmfare, Madhuri, Dharmyug, Sarika, Gentleman and Debonair

Here's a glimpse into some of the fascinating moments captured by Arya through his career:

Jeetendra Arya: A Lens That Captured Iconic Moments In Hindi Film History, Film Companion

Actors Clark Gable and Ava Gardner on the sets of Mogambo in East Africa. The photo was later published in LIFE magazine in 1953

Jeetendra Arya: A Lens That Captured Iconic Moments In Hindi Film History, Film Companion

Actor Dev Anand with his son Suneil in Mumbai in the late 1950s

Jeetendra Arya: A Lens That Captured Iconic Moments In Hindi Film History, Film Companion

Actress Meena Kumari was photographed on the sets of Pakeezah (1972) which became the cover of Filmfare magazine in 1972

Jeetendra Arya: A Lens That Captured Iconic Moments In Hindi Film History, Film Companion

Satyajit Ray with the Vintage 1930 Chrysler used in his film Abhijan (1962)

Jeetendra Arya: A Lens That Captured Iconic Moments In Hindi Film History, Film Companion

Late actress Suchitra Sen on the cover of Filmfare in the 1960s

'Light Works' Exhibition Details:

Jeetendra Arya: A Lens That Captured Iconic Moments In Hindi Film History, Film Companion

Jeetendra Arya, in a studio portrait with Linhoff Camera in Mumbai in the 1960s

Date: Till October 8, 2017

Time: 11 am to 6 pm (Closed on Mondays & National Holidays)

Venue: National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai

 

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