Miles Coote Queer Arts

Queer Life Drawing Conversation

  • Trans Pride

    Trans Pride

    Queer Life Drawing Conversation with artist and model Cazimi in celebration of Trans Pride Hastings and Bexhill Saturday 22 July, 4 – 5.30 pm at the De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill on Sea Life drawing and conversations led by artist Miles Coote. This session will celebrate Trans Pride with model and artist Cazimi, also known […]

  • The Pride Project / Paul Smith

    The Pride Project / Paul Smith

    The exhibition will be open at Paul Smith Beak Street from 30June – 28 August 2023. “This year, to mark Pride 2023, we’ve worked with four incredible artists – Fiona Quadri, Megan Elliott, Queen Josephine, and Miles Coote – to create original pieces for a special exhibition at our Beak Street shop in London’s Soho […]

  • Life Drawing Cafe

    Life Drawing Cafe

    Queer Life Drawing events hosted on alternate Tuesdays, hosted at Brief Encounter Cafe, Bexhill on Sea. About the Event: A durational performance workshop exploring the hybridity of life drawing and cafes. This event is inspired by Queer life drawing conversations and Jurgen Habermas’s writings on coffee houses and the public sphere. The event will run […]

Queer Art Boot Fair poster miles coote

Peckham Queer Art Boot Fair
Bellenden Road and Choumert Market
August 29, 2021
12 – 3 PM
MOCA London and The Queer Life Drawing Conversation (Miles Coote) would like to invite you to join us for the first ever Peckham Queer Art Boot Fair. Over 50 artists from the LGBTQ+ community and their allies will be showing works of art on Bellenden and Choumert Roads in the heart of Peckham.

Post-Modern Painting and Performance practices that explore Queer Art discourses

Painting in the Studio

An ongoing practice to think about queer visuality across modern and contemporary fascades

Performing in artist productions

2010 — 2018

Inviting Guests

121 Life drawing Portraits of gay social network users

May 2019 — September 2020

”Can I make a Painting if I am too ill Mrs Aids?.”

“Let’s Abstract the Thought”