During the 1960s, images of shopping centres, motorways and service stations began to appear on holiday postcards. These unapologetically functional constructions increasingly occupied a space that had traditionally been reserved for Gothic cathedrals and picturesque country churches; they were thereby elevated to places of worship in themselves, sights worth sharing, commemorating, immortalising through a postcard
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We do not deliver any works purchased from The Columbia Threadneedle Prize.
Collection of the works can only take place after the close of the exhibition. The earliest date for collection is provided with your receipt, which you will receive in the post after purchase.