Anulfo Baez is a citizen critic, filmmaker, writer and curator passionate about art, architecture and the built environment. The Evolving Critic has been an experimental creative outlet since 2009 where art, architecture, fashion and books will continue to be explored and written about. From August 2012 until October 2013, Anulfo went on hiatus from The Evolving Critic to write and edit blog articles for Big Red & Shiny—a non-profit arts organization and online art journal based in Boston. While at BR&S, Anulfo covered a variety of subjects ranging from performance art to sneakers inspired by Brutalist architecture. Anulfo has also written for the National Trust for Historic Preservation, The Boston Society of Architects among other outlets. In his spare time, Anulfo studies Japanese language and strives to learn as much as he can about Japanese culture and way of life. Sneakers, vinyl records, Brutalism and mid-century modern furniture and architecture are some of his favorite things. Anulfo holds a BS in Planning and Development from the University of New Hampshire and a BLS in the History of Art and Architecture from Boston University. He lives and works in Boston. 

Unless otherwise noted, all photographs  are the author’s own.

8 responses to “About

  1. Hello, I am researching Mark Bradford’s work “Black Venus” and came across your blog. I like your perspective and thoughts regarding Mark’s work. I think you will enjoy visiting The Mark Bradford Project blog to see how his residency at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago is evolving. http://www.themarkbradfordproject.org

    • Thanks so much for your comment! I checked out the Mark Braford project at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago and it looks very interesting. Will keep checking back to see how it evolves. I love Mark Bradford, I find his works very powerful and moving.

      • Thank you for checking the Mark Bradford Project blog. Today there is a profile of a student artist whom Mark is mentoring. Please feel free to comment on any post that moves you!

  2. Stumbled upon your blog while researching graffiti art in the Boston area. Thank you. Thank you! I am a big fan of Banksy and other urban guerrilla artists – was thrilled to find the information you provided about this art in Boston. Visiting Boston next July – will also try to tour the Trinity church!
    Keep up the great blog!

  3. Dear Anulfo,

    I am contacting you on behalf of James Cohan Gallery. We admire the work you have done and hope you are interested in our upcoming show ALDO TAMBELLINI: WE ARE THE PRIMITIVES OF A NEW ERA, PAINTINGS AND PROJECTIONS 1961-1989.

    Please visit our website for more information as well.


    Lastly, the James Cohan Gallery New York location is holding a press preview on Thursday, September 12, 2013 at 10 am. We hope you are able to join.

    Thank you,

    Cassandra Robinson
    Gallery Assistant
    James Cohan Gallery
    533 West 26 Street | New York
    212.714.9500 | http://www.jamescohan.com

    September 12 – October 19, 2013

    September 12 – November 3, 2013

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