The Evolving Critic will Go on Indefinite Hiatus

The Evolving Critic will have to go on indefinite hiatus*starting this March 2012. 

*Please note that ‘hiatus’ means a break, a lapse in continuity. It does not mean that this blog will end.

Thank You.

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  1. r b frank

     /  March 1, 2012

    i admit to not reading your blog regularly, but I admire your spirit Anulfo.. keep commenting on our landscape (mean that in the broadest possible terms)! good luck.

  2. Oh, no! (I had to say it.) Just when I have found your enlightening critical essays and art news! I have found myself learning about contemporary art and architecture in Boston, but really about the nature of art and constructed space in general. I hope your hiatus time is fruitful and leads you to the next phase of your work–I’ll be there to follow it!


  3. What’s happening with the renovation plan for the 1896 building of the Cambridge YMCA ?

    • To be honest, I don’t know. You may want to contact the Cambridge Historic Commission, they may know about it.

  4. i just wanted to drop you a note and say that i also enjoyed your blog very much. sometimes our ‘reach’ is only in our heads (aka much beyond boston!). thanks for your efforts and i hope you continue sharing with us in some form, however often.

  5. Gail Flackett

     /  March 3, 2012

    I am so disappointed that you are shutting down your blog, and I do hope that later you can revive it. I learned about this through info about Jessica Gath, so I am fairly new. Your interest in art and history has been a wonderful education for me. Please keep me on your mailing list for articles that you might be writing that will appear in other venues. I wish you all the very best. Gail

  6. Thank you everyone for all your comments. A moment for reflection does everyone good. I hope you are still with me when the blog returns.

  7. I’ll be with you when you return . . . and I hope the hiatus does you a world of good! We need your voice on art and architecture. I’ve learned more from you about these topics than you could ever imagine.

  8. Garrett

     /  April 3, 2012

    Hope you come back soon!

  9. You will be missed Anulfo! I hope to see you around Twitter with your artworld insights :)


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