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In a recent poll of practicing art critics, 75 percent reported that rendering
judgments on artworks was the least significant aspect of their job. This is
a troubling statistic for philosopher and critic Noel Carroll, who argues that
that the proper task of the critic is not simply to describe, or to uncover
hidden meanings or agendas, but instead to determine what is of value in art.
Carroll argues for a humanistic conception of criticism which focuses on what
the artist has achieved by creating or performing the work. Whilst a good
critic should not neglect to contextualize and offer interpretations of a work
of art, he argues that too much recent criticism has ignored the fundamental
role of the artist's intentions.
Including examples from visual, performance and literary arts, and the work of
contemporary critics, Carroll provides a charming, erudite and persuasive
argument that evaluation of art is an indispensable part of the conversation of