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.

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  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!

    ~lucy

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

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

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  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.

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  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

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  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.

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  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.

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  8. Garrett

     /  April 3, 2012

    Hope you come back soon!

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

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