Gotham ToGo
Patrick Martinez | ‘That Which We Do Not See’ opening at Fort Gansevoort
February 21, 2019

Patrick Martinez: Building a Bridge
January 16, 2019

The Political Truths That Ground Our Athletic Heroes
February 9, 2018

Patrick Martinez at Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles
January 23, 2017

The New York Times
From the Personal to the Political, 19 Artists to Watch Next Year
December 27, 2017

Orlando Weekly
Artist Patrick Martinez remixes everyday stuff like school supplies, store neons and sheet cakes into artifacts of brutality
May 31, 2017

Los Angeles Times
How graffiti, neon signs, and Pee Chee folders taught artist Patrick Martinez to see Los Angeles
February 7, 2017

Art Bound
Black and Blue and Brown: Artists Depict Police Brutality
January 25, 2017

A Grief, which does not cease, insists on a presence, which must protest
January 20, 2017

Patrick Martinez - All Season Portfolio
January 18, 2017

Amuse, Vice
Drake, Neon Art and LA | Patrick Martinez
December 20, 2016

Los Angeles Times
LA’s Potent Call
December 11, 2016

The New York Times
Kobe Bryant’s Next Step, New Shoes and Moves with Los Angeles Artists
November 4, 2016

Art Bound
Retro ‘Pee-Chee’ Folders are Re-envisioned to Memorialize Victims of Police Violence
September 14, 2016

What Resonates: Southland at Charlie James Gallery
August 22, 2016

Take Two
SoCal artist uses Pee-Chee style to document police use of force
August 2, 2016

Iconic 'Pee-Chee’ folders reimagined with familiar scenes of police brutality
June 29, 2016