Vote for your favourite

See how you can get involved in selecting the next exhibits for the Fourth Plinth

By Mayor of London

Empty Fourth Plinth (2014) by Greater London AuthorityMayor of London

The Fourth Plinth has become a powerful symbol for Londoners and visitors to our city.  It signals London’s confidence as a global, creative city and brings out the art critic in everyone. Now, in these times, it’s more vital than ever to have your say on one of the most important art commissions in the world.

Shortlist Exhibition, National Gallery (2007) by The Mayor of LondonMayor of London

Online and in The National Gallery

You’ve now seen models of imaginative and creative works of art submitted by six leading international artists. Remember, these are also on display in the Annenberg Court at the National Gallery from 24 May to 4 July 2021.
 

Fourth Plinth header V1Mayor of London

We want you to tell us which is your favourite and why. You can do this by letting us know through the QR Codes or by leaving a comment on the Mayor of London's website. These will be included in the decision-making process and we will post the best comments online. The two selected commissions will be announced this summer 2021.

Vote for your favourite at: www.london.gov.uk/fourth-plinth

Here's a reminder of the shortlisted six below...

Jewellery Tree (2021) by Nicole EisenmanMayor of London

Nicole Eisenman

The Jewellery Tree

Antelope (2021) by Samson KambaluMayor of London

Samson Kambalu

Antelope

GONOGO (2021) by Goshka MacugaMayor of London

Goshka Macuga

GONOGO

On Hunger and Farming in the Skies of the Past 1957-1968 (2021) by Ibrahim MahamaMayor of London

Ibrahim Mahama

On Hunger and Farming in the Skies of the Past, 1957-1966

Improntas (Imprints) (2021) by Teresa MargollesMayor of London

Teresa Margolles

Improntas 

Bumpman on Tree (2021) by Paloma Varga WeiszMayor of London

Paloma Varga Weisz

Bumpman for Trafalgar Square

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