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powerHouse Magazine Issue 3 – The Hustle

Photographs by: powerHouse Magazine Contributors

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Photographs by: powerHouse Magazine Contributors

Paperback
8.25 x 11 inches
120 pages
over 100 four-color and black-and-white images

978-1-57687-402-8
Photographs by: powerHouse Magazine Contributors

Paperback
8.25 x 11 inches
120 pages
over 100 four-color and black-and-white images

978-1-57687-402-8

A tribute to capitalism in action, issue 3 of powerHouse Magazine, The Hustle, is about the art of selling—anything. Selling sex, selling drugs, selling clothes, selling souls, selling dreams, selling schemes, selling anything ‘cause this is America, baby.

Featured artists and writers include Bernice Abbott, Michael Alan, Patti Astor of FUN Gallery, B+, Christoph Bangert, Carlos Batts, Roberta Bayley, Janette Beckman, Stephen Blackwell, Boogie, Claw Money, Roberta Bayley, Juliana Beasley, Stephen Blackwell, Martha Cooper, Linda Duggins, Amy Eckert, Ron English, Enid Esmond, Vincent Fremont, Fubz, Ron Galella, Roger Gastman, Lawrence Grobel, Jerry Heller, Graeme Jamieson, Jenna Jameson, Jeff Jank, Jules Kim, Chris Kitze, Gregg LeFevre, Douglas Levere, Rachel Loischild, Christopher Makos, Maripol, Maureen Valdes Marsh, Ruben Martinez, Craig Mathis, Harland Miller, Eric Milon, Tami Mnoian, Barry Neuman, Chris Nieratko, Jake Paine, Mark Peterson, Ricky Powell, Tracy Quan, Joseph Rodriguez, Miss Rosen, Danielle Walker, Kenneth Walton, Kate White, Teri Woods, Amanda Yates, Joy Yoon, and Nov York.

A twice-yearly publication launched in October 2006, powerHouse Magazine showcases artists and writers who share our collective vision about culture and its place in our world. Each issue has a single editorial focus inspired by a central group exhibition at The powerHouse Arena, located at 37 Main Street, Brooklyn. A stand-alone publication designed to complement the show, the magazine features never-before-published art and texts, as well as highlights from powerHouse Books’ landmark monographs and the archives of exhibiting artists.

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