I was just going through my Polish (Treblinka) pictures before I saw this, and it struck me as a paradox that grey, massive concrete seems so appropriate to expressive something of the grim horror about concentration camps, while the actual KZ architecture was mundane brickwork and wood. (Well, apart from the fences.) Does that say something about art? about modern architecture? Does art express something better than the thing itself could?
$makepictures is right. Sometimes artists have to show things that people don't want to see. But this is a good picture with or without the context.
There are things you do not wish to see. This shot doesn't suggest on any level that you should avoid your gaze. It's in a way a pretty mundane modern framing of some structure that could be at a museum or a school. But as soon as I am told where this is, the ghosts come tearing through the cold surfaces. There are things you do not wish to see but you have to look.