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London's Trafalgar Square Fourth Plinth Artworks Revealed

The art platform is currently home to a giant bronze thumb, but will be replaced in 2018 by a recreation of an ancient sculpture destroyed by the Islamic State group, it was announced Tuesday

Artist Heather Phillipson poses for the media at the National Gallery in London, Tuesday, March 21, 2017, next to her winning design entitled 'The End' for one of the next two Fourth Plinth sculptures in Trafalgar Square, which will be unveiled on the plinth in 2018 and 2020, photo: AP/Alastair Grant
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LONDON – The next two artworks to be showcased on the Fourth Plinth in London’s famous Trafalgar Square have been selected.

The art platform is currently home to a giant bronze thumb, but will be replaced in 2018 by a recreation of an ancient sculpture destroyed by the Islamic State group, it was announced Tuesday.

Michael Rakowitz looks at his design, The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist, one of two commissions for Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth, at the National Gallery in central London, Tuesday, March 21, 2017. Photo: Victoria Jones/PA via AP

U.S. artist Michael Rakowitz will make the statue of Lamassu, an Assyrian protective deity in the form of a winged bull, from empty date syrup cans.

In 2020, Lamassu will be replaced by a giant ice cream sundae, topped with a cherry and the more unusual additions of a drone and a fly.

British artist Heather Phillipson’s creation The End has an interactive element and visitors will be able to live-stream the view from the drone on their mobile phones.

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