Summer of Love Trading Cards, 2017
Kate Haug with Ivan Uranga
Twelve trading cards for the San Francisco Art Commission’s Art on Market Street Kiosk Program. The series re-purposes the trading card’s popular vernacular form, creating a fictional object, examining the commodification of the Summer of Love and more broadly, history itself. It also questions how history recirculates within our contemporary political and cultural landscape. Zoe Taleporos and Justine Topfer Public Art, Program Managers.
Collections: City and County of San Francisco
Rusty Blazenhoff, “Summer of Love Trading Cards Hit San Francisco Bus Stops,” Boing Boing, June 21, 2017
Adam Brinklow, “Summer of Love Trading Cards Hit Market Street,” SF Curbed, June 19, 2017.
Bruce Fessier, “San Francisco’s Plastic Fantastic Celebration of the Summer of Love and What it Means,” The Desert Sun/USA Today, August 7, 2017.
Glide Interview, July 7, 2017
What’s Love Got to Do With It, San Francisco: San Francisco Arts Commission, 2017
“What’s Love Got to Do With It?,” California Historical Society, San Francisco, July 15, 2017
“Slouching Towards Bethlehem,” Word for Word/Litquake, San Francisco, October 9, 2017