Pierre Culot’s utilitarian ceramics echo traditional rural pottery. It is a sober and robust tableware with classic and simple shapes. This simplicity is reflected in the rejection of all superfluous elements. The glaze is discreet and freely applied. This line runs through all of Pierre Culot’s work.The artist has also developed a set of more personal square shapes.The traces of turning are marked. This bias reflects a questioning of a certain consumer society and the uniform, industrial products it offers. The artist’s work also reflects a desire to return to the roots and beauty of simple and essential things. The artist shows a community of spirit with the traditional potters, which will never leave him.