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Mayor of London Sadiq Khan unveils David Shrigley's "Really Good" on Fourth Plinth

The new commission for the Fourth Plinth, Really Good by artist David Shrigley, was unveiled by the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan this morning, Thursday 29 September, in London?s Trafalgar Square. Commissioned by the Mayor of London as part of the Fourth Plinth Programme, Really Good is the eleventh sculpture to stand on Trafalgar Square?s celebrated plinth. It is the first major public art commission to be unveiled by the new Mayor.
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