September, 2021: Christine Mehring, writing in Artforum about the Guggenheim's research report on the Panza collection, posits SAI as the inspiration for the Guggenheim's invention of the unique collections management category of "decommissioned" works.


July 11, 2019: Elena Goukassian, What Happens When an Artwork Is Damaged Beyond Repair in Artsy.


April 5, 2016: SAI in conversation with Paweł Siwek for Poranek Dwojki program of Polskie Radio (in Polish) .


June-July, 2015: SAI is featured in the cover of Metropolis M magazine, with an article by Door Laura Herman.


April 27, 2015: BBC World Business News on No Longer Art: Salvage Art Institute at the Neubauer Collegium, University of Chicago.


April 27, 2015: Catherine Nixey, The Show that's Already a Guaranteed Smash in The Times.


April 7, 2015: Jane Bennett, Encounters with an Art Thing in Evental Aesthetics 3, no. 3: 91-110.


February 17, 2015: Javier Ansorena, En la morgue del arte in


February 6, 2015: John Sunyer, The Twilight World of 'Zombie Art' in Financial Times.


September 2, 2014: Ben Lerner's novel 10:04 comes out from Faber & Faber. The "Institute for Totaled Art" is modeled on SAI.


December, 2013: Martha Buskirk, "Marc Jancou, Cady Noland, and the Case of Authorless Artwork" in Hyperallergic.


December, 2013: Ben Lerner, "Damage Control" in Harper's Magazine.


May 2013: Rachel Corbett, "The Whitney Independent Study Program Opens Year-End Events" in Artspace.


May 2013: Kellie Lanham, "What Have We Lost?" in Recaps Magazine.


April 4, 2013: Laura Gilbert, "To Salvage and Sell?" in The Art Newspaper


March 2013: Jeffrey Weiss, "Things Not Necessarily Meant to be Viewed as Art" in Artforum.


December 2012: Rebecca Mead, "Zombie Art" in The New Yorker.


December 2012: Daniel Larkin, "The Poetic Justice of a Broken Koons" in Hyperallergic.


November 2012: John Reed, "This Is Not an Artwork" in Slate.



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