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Wish You Were Here? The Power of the Postcard
October – December 2020

The London Festival of Architecture, with its theme of Power, comes to London for real for the autumn, and from 22 October Velorose will be exhibiting all the Windows on the World postcards received as part of the virtual LFA Digital 2020, which replaced the annual June festival, together with postcards received under lockdown (ELEMENTAL - ESSENTIAL, Windows on the World, LONDON ♥ DICK)

We've been so impressed by the quality and innovation displayed in the postcards that people have sent to date, that we are inviting postcards, for exhibition online and in the gallery as they arrive, with the following themes, until Xmas:

October (for European Black History Month): The Power of Black
● November (ending with Thanksgiving): The Power of Thanks
● December (ending with Xmas): The Power of Love

Send in your postcards now, especially for The Power of Thanks / Love; Interpret the theme as you see fit, as you're the artist; (new) normal rules apply as follows:

● Postcard artwork size: 4” x 6” / A6 / 10cm x 15cm (approx.); we are now only accepting real posted cards unless you cannot get a stamp / get to a postbox
● Direct any queries to: gallery@velorose.com
● Feel free to scan or photograph your card, and post it first to Instagram (@veloroselondon) / Twitter (@Velorose) and tag the gallery
● Post your actual cards to Velorose, 1b Charterhouse Square, LONDON, EC1M 6EE, UK (it’s the consignment to the post that makes it a Mail Artwork, and you a Mail Artist)
● Do so (subject to the subject) by the end of October (…Black), November (…Thanks) and December (…Love)
● As your postcards arrive, the gallery will add the real submissions to the actual (gallery) and virtual (online) displays
● The gallery has no choice over which real postcards to display, only how to display them
● The postcards are not for sale, nor for return to sender / artist
● The artworks are the property of Velorose
● The artworks are not for sale, nor for return to sender / artist
● In submitting your work to Velorose and, you grant Velorose a perpetual, royalty-free licence to use, reproduce, modify, publish, distribute and otherwise exercise all copyright and publicity rights with respect to that (art)work at their sole discretion, including storing it on Velorose servers and incorporating it in other works in any media now known or later developed including without limitation published books
● Velorose reserves the right to select, edit and arrange submissions, and to remove information from its website and other online platforms at any time at its sole discretion