Book's Photos Capture Rock's Attitude In contrast to Annie Liebowitz's posed celebrity portraits, Charles Peterson gets the sweat, anger, and noise of the Seattle scene on film in his new book, Touch Me, I'm Sick. Marcie Sillman reports on the challenges of capturing performance in the static medium of photography.

Book's Photos Capture Rock's Attitude

Book's Photos Capture Rock's Attitude

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In contrast to Annie Liebowitz's posed celebrity portraits, Charles Peterson gets the sweat, anger, and noise of the Seattle scene on film in his new book, Touch Me, I'm Sick. Marcie Sillman reports on the challenges of capturing performance in the static medium of photography.