More than 200 are on display across the area between the Royal Academy and The Institute of Contemporary Arts.
Artist Cornelia Parker’s designs from her One Day This Glass Will Break series hanging in the Regent Street area. On Piccadilly there are 30 flags designed by Grayson Perry. The artist said he wanted his designs to “be like a series of doodles and sketches that just came about spontaneously”. The main influence of his style is from Asafo flags traditionally made by the Fante people of West Africa.
Oliver Smith, head of St James’s for The Crown Estate, said: “As the home for over 60 galleries and such a diverse offering of art, St James’s is proud to be a part of the celebration.”