Charlotte Culot born in Belgium into a family of artists.
From childhood, drawing was part of her universe.
At the same time as university studies in Archeology and History of art, she discovered photography.
Passionate about materials and colors, she embarked on research into walls throughout the world. Her eye was formed and shapened by this contact: structure of space, chromatic enrichment, a taste for detail leading to abstraction: all these elements were to be the source from which she would draw inspiration for future work as a painter.
In 1988 she qualified in Archeology and History of art with a thesis on traditional earth vernacular architecture in West Africa.
In 1990 she began to paint.
Using mainly brown kraft paper to work on , she refound the gouaches, pigments and pastels from her childhood. Her taste for materials and textures led her onto the technique of collage. In time , colour has become the structural-subject space and major theme of her quest.
”Subject-object” gradually gives way to what might probably appear beyond or the “emerging force” through the bias for the color and material.
Since 1990, Charlotte Culot exhibits in europe and since 1994 in the USA.

Born in 1964 in Uccle, Belgium
Lives and works in Provence, France

Exhibitions

2017
Like A Gallery, Lyons, France
Galerie Michèle Emiliani, Dieulefit, France
Solo exhibition, Galerie Pascal Lainé, Ménerbes, France

2016
Degas Gallery, New Orleans, LA

2015
Group exhibition, Galerie Pascal Lainé, Ménerbes, France
Milky Way, La Maison LPasse Design, Beaucaire, France
Page Bond Gallery, Richmond , VA
A.R.C Fine Art Gallery , Fairfield, CT
Art Cabinet Nantucket, Nantucket, MA

2014
La Maison Lpasse Design, Beaucaire, France
Art Cabinet Nantucket, Nantucket, MA

2013
Graphie, Bruxelles
Art Cabinet Nantucket, Nantucket, MA

2012
ARC gallery, NYC, NY
Art cabinet Nantucket,MA
Amanda Kern Lambert, London

2011
Galerie Wernerwabbes, Paris
Art Cabinet Nantucket, Nantucket, MA
Art cabinet Nantucket, Fairfield, CT
Le Salon Français des Arts, AAF(Affordable Art Fair), Brussels , Belgium

2010
Harry’s Hardware, Stockholm, Sweden
Galerie Michèle Emiliani, Dieulefit, France
Art Cabinet Nantucket, Nantucket, MA

2009
Art Cabinet Nantucket, Nantucket, MA

2008
Art Cabinet Nantucket, Nantucket, MA

2007
Art Cabinet Nantucket, Nantucket, MA

2006
Art Cabinet Nantucket, Nantucket, MA

2003
Nevin Kelly Gallery, Washington, DC
Artelano, Paris, France
Art Cabinet Nantucket, Nantucket, MA

2002
Galerie Michèle Emiliani, Dieulefit, France
Art Cabinet Nantucket, Nantucket, MA

2000
Artelano, Paris, France
Art Cabinet Nantucket, Nantucket, MA

1999
Art Cabinet Nantucket at French Library and Cultural Center, Boston, MA

1998
Galerie Michèle Emiliani, Dieulefit, France
Art Cabinet Nantucket, Nantucket, MA
Artelano, Paris, France

1997
Art Cabinet Nantucket at Angel Orensanz Foundation, New York, NY
Art Cabinet Nantucket, Nantucket, MA

1996
Isabelle Spaak, Paris, France
Dominique Blieck, Brussels, Belgium

1995
Art Cabinet Nantucket, Nantucket, MA
Newport Casino, RI

1994
Isabelle Spaak, Paris, France
Home, Paris, France

1993
Graphie, Brussels, Belgium
Galerie Marcel Becker, Knokke-le-Zoute, Belgium

1992
Vicarian’s Farm, Hedenge, Belgium
Harry’s Hardware, Stockholm, Sweden

1991
Per Ljung, Stockholm, Sweden
Galerie 92, Brussels, Belgium

Charlotte Culot was born in Belgium in 1964 into a family of artists. From childhood, drawing was part of her universe. At the same time as she was pursuing university studies in Archeology and the History of Art, she discovered photography. Passionate about materials and colors, she embarked on research into walls throughout the world. Her eye was formed and sharpened by this contact: structure of space, chromatic enrichment, a taste for detail leading to abstraction: all these elements were to be the source from which she would draw inspiration for her future work as a painter.

In 1988 she qualified in Archeology and History of Art with a thesis on traditional earth vernacular architecture in West Africa.

In 1990 she began to paint. Working primarily with brown craft paper, she rediscovered the gouaches, pigments and pastels from her childhood. Her taste for materials and textures led her to the technique of collage. In time, colour has become the structural-subject space and major theme of her quest. Subject-object gradually gives way to what might probably appear beyond the bias of the color and material.

Charlotte Culot has exhibited in Europe since 1990 and in the United States since 1994.