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Picture Gallery: 14 years of contemporary art on the fourth plinth

Nelson's Ship in a Bottle by Yinka Shonibare, 2007. Photo: James O'Jenkins, ICA

The Institute of Contemporary Arts is holding a special exhibition dedicated to the fourth plinth - featuring all of the artworks that have been displayed there over the last 14 years.

In total there are 21 "maquettes" - miniature "test" versions created by artists as part of the commissioning process - including Marc Quinn's famous sculpture of Thalidomide victim Alison Lapper.

There are also some maquettes for sculptures which were never completed - including Tracey Emin's "Something for the Future".

Sky plinth by Anish Kapoor, 2007 Credit: James O'Jenkins, ICA
The Spoils of War (Memorial for an Unknown Civilian) by Jeremy Deller, 2007. Credit: James O'Jenkins, ICA
Alison Lapper Pregnant by Marc Quinn, 2003. Credit: Stephen White, ICA
It's Never Too Late and You Can't Go Back by Mariele Neudecker, 2010. Credit: James O'Jenkins, ICA
This One's for the Pigeons by Sarah Lucas, 2003. Credit: James O'Jenkins, ICA
Mannequin by Stefan Gec, 2003. Credit: James O'Jenkins, ICA
Model for a Hotel by Thomas Schutte, 2003. Credit: Stephen White, ICA
Something for the Future by Tracey Emin, 2007. Credit: James O'Jenkins, ICA
Powerless Structures by Elmgreen & Dragset, 2010. Credit: James O'Jenkins, ICA
Faites l'Art, pas la Guerre (Make Art, Not War) by Bob & Roberta Smith, 2006. Credit: James O'Jenkins, ICA
No-o-war No-o-war-r by Soraki Douglas Camp, 2003. Credit: James O'Jenkins, ICA
Untitled (ATM/Organ) by Allora & Calzadilla, 2010. Credit: James O'Jenkins, ICA
One & Other by Anthony Gormley, 2007. Credit: James O'Jenkins, ICA