So important. Your review reinforces it.
That is why I enjoy TP photographs. Because it carries a lot of background info with it, impressions of us, gathered through the years.
The photographs themselves don't say much and are open to various interpretation which really leads to nowhere, the essence dissipating into the ether.
But when we know more about circumstances, that's when it becomes really interesting.
Maybe partly the reason why photojournalistic work can be really absorbing.
Or how the photographs start to mirror the artist and we slowly get it.
Thanks for this review. Enjoyed it a lot. Even without pictures