The Brooklyn Museum’s "Who Shot Rock & Roll, a Photographic History, 1955 to the Present," showcases rock stars, of course, but it also means to highlight the photographers — like Albert Watson, Richard Kern, and William “PoPsie” Randolph — who captured them. Showing the artists up close and sweating, the portraits of Little Richard and Tina Turner are almost shocking. Max Vadukul’s photo of Amy Winehouse makes her seem girlish, even with her hand down her pants. And then there's the perfectly dreamy black-and-white image, by Barry Feinstein, of Bob Dylan on a wide and sunlit paved road, facing a gaggle of three precocious-looking young gentlemen. See these and other shots in our slideshow.