Industrial photo aesthetics
Industrial photography is a special kind of art. The new genre first appeared in the 19th century, and the aesthetics of photography developed in the 1930s. A cult example of industrial photography was Lunch Atop a Skyscraper in 1932, showing 11 workers relaxing on a beam on the 69th floor during the construction of New York's Rockefeller Center. All expositions of the popular project Otkroi#Mosprom are likely to go down in history of Moscow’s industrial photography.