Visit London Poll: Which Is Your Favourite Shortlisted Artwork for the Fourth Plinth?

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This morning, six proposals for the next Fourth Plinth commission were unveiled at St Martin-in-the-Fields church in Trafalgar Square.

The artists are Allora & Calzadilla; Elmgreen & Dragset; Katharina Fritsch; Brian Griffiths; Hew Locke; and Mariele Neudecker.

The decision will be made by the Fourth Plinth Commissioning Group later this year and the winning artwork will be announced by the Mayor of London early next year.

The winning artwork will be mounted on the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square.

But which is your favourite? Vote in our poll and let us know which proposal you’d like to see on the Fourth Plinth after Yinka Shonibare’s Ship in A Bottle.

Our poll is just for fun, but if you’d like to submit your views about the artworks to the Fourth Plinth Commissioning Group before they make their decision, you can comment at

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  1. Jeff Reading says:

    In my view all of the 4th plinth proposals are rubbish, including the previous exhibits. I, and my circle of friend, believe that a permanent sculpture should be sought, something of significance to our British history and maybe to the world as well. For me there is one choice only, Charles Darwin.