Four artists of Caribbean descent have been chosen to develop ideas for a national Windrush Monument at Waterloo station.
Sculptor and painter Basil Watson, multimedia artist Jeannette Ehlers, Valda Jackson, a printmaker and moving image artist, and sculptor and photographer Thomas J Price were selected from a list of 16 candidates.
Each will have to present a maquette, model or drawings and a short film explaining their proposal to the Windrush Commemoration Committee.
Chair Baroness Floella Benjamin said the shortlist represents "a vibrant mix of talented artists, all with lived experience of the Windrush legacy".
"The monument will be a permanent place of reflection and inspiration for Caribbean communities and the wider public, especially children. It will act as a symbolic link to our past, and a permanent reminder of our shared history and heritage for generations to come."
The winning design will be revealed during Black History Month in October, with the monument to be completed in 2022.