This summer, St James’s and neighbouring Regent Street are coming alive with public art in unexpected places to make your visit to central London even more memorable.
Read on to see what you can see and where on a day out in central London.
The first in the series comes from artist Lito Apostolakou titled ‘Clothes You’ll Never Wear’, and is inspired by the environment, identity and innovation of the future of art. Apostolakou cleverly reuses waste materials in an unusual setting encouraging visitors to stop and think.
Just a hop, skip and a jump from the Royal Academy, channel your inner creative and visit ‘Clothes You’ll Never Wear’ at 2-4 Princes Arcade. Whilst you’re there you can also explore fashion through the ages, delving into other people’s memories and archive footage and get involved in workshops including textiles, fashion history, mending and creative use of waste materials.
Find out more here.
Stay tuned for the next in the series of Artists in Residence in St James’s and neighbouring Regent Street and explore more of the art St James’s has to offer by exploring the augmented gallery trail. In need of re-fuelling? Our round-up of best places to dine and drink in central London has everything you need.