...or something like that. One man's Cadillac may be another man's cataract.
All those odious comparisons aside, Oleg brings this up as an important point with this refreshing photograph.
If emotion can be implied (the sexual emotion of the beholder, not the model), then politics can be implied, religion could be implied (how about Michelangelo's "Pieta" for example). Or, if you were the great Mexican muralist Orozco, you could imply the history of the world through your own eyes.
Let's not get too far afield, though. Oleg Volk's offering is fairly well the quintessential example of implied emotion.
Art...it's what the artist deigns to show us from his/her private mind. Most didactic art (that done with the idea of teaching something) isn't worth looking at, IMHO, because to get "down" to our level, the artist has to read our minds and assess our perceptive abilities. Few can do that. The biggest failures in that major failing of art are the film-makers, again, IMHO.