The New York Times Reviews Michael Borremans | David Zwirner
A detail of a painting by Michaël Borremans, titled The Double, dated 2022.

The New York Times Reviews Michaël Borremans

“Michaël Borremans may be the greatest living figurative painter,” writes John Vincler.

In a review of must-see shows in New York for The New York Times, writer and critic John Vincler selected David Zwirner’s current exhibition Michaël Borremans: The Acrobat. Applauding the artist, Vincler declared that “Michaël Borremans may be the greatest living figurative painter.” 

“He renders skin with such intensity that the living, breathing, blood-coursing nature of the human being becomes vividly alive,” writes Vincler.” “It’s painterly magic.”

Michaël Borremans: The Acrobat is on view through June 4 at David Zwirner’s 525 West 19th Street location in New York.

Read more at The New York Times.


Cover image: Michaël Borremans, The Double, 2022 (detail). © Michaël Borremans 

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