Hyperallergic, “Sadie Barnette’s Homage to Her Father and the First Black-Owned Gay Bar in San Francisco,” June 2019

San Francisco Chronicle, “Art piece remembers dream of SF’s first black-owned gay bar” May 2019

LALA Magazine, “Black Space with Sadie Barnette,” April 2019

Art in America, Review of solo show Phone Home, Spring 2019

Artforum, Review of solo show Black Sky, March 2019

Hyperallergic, Review of MoAD exhibitions, March 2019

Cultured Magazine, “Best in Show: 6 of the most remarkable works at this year’s Armory Fair,” March 2019

Artnews, “Armory Show Awards Prizes,” March 2019

Artnet News, “8 Groundbreaking Millennial Artists Who Are Already Being Taught in Art History Classes,” February 2019

Wall Street Journal, “9 Contemporary Artists Set to Have a Buzzy 2019,” January 2019

San Francisco Chronicle, “‘Data, Disinformation and the Black Experience’ at Guerrero Gallery,” December 2018

Art & Cake, “Sadie Barnette at Charlie James Gallery,” October 2018

New York Times, “Peggy Cooper Cafritz Leaves Collection to Two Arts Institutions,” October 2018

The Modern Art Notes Podcast, Interview, July 2018

Jazz 88.3’s Inside Art, Radio Interview, June 2018

SOVO Magazine, Profile, June 2018

Artsy, “The Artsy Vanguard: Breakout Talents,” April 2018

Artspace, “Who Does Beyonce Collect?” February 2018

Cultured Magazine, “30 Under 35,” January 2018

Artforum, Review of solo show Compland, December 2017

Al Jazeera, “Confidential: Surveilling Black Lives Matter” documentary, November 2017

Artnews, “Sadie Barnette and Carrie Hott win San Francisco Artadia Awards,” September 2017

KQED Arts, “Boomboxes, Black Panthers, and Sadie Barnette's Next-Generation Visual Code,” March 2017

Nylon, Profile, February 2017

e-flux, “Material Matters: Black Radical Aesthetics and the Limits of Visibility,” February, 2017

Broadly, “The Woman Making Art out of the FBI’s Surveillance of her Black Panther Father,” January 2017

Vogue, “Sadie Barnette Turned her Black Panther Father’s FBI File Into Art,” January 2017

Forbes, “When Sadie Barnette Learned The FBI Kept Records On Her Dad's Activism, She Saw Potential For Art,” January 2017

Filthy Dreams, “We All We Got: Surveillance And The Politics of Memory In Sadie Barnette’s ‘Do Not Destroy,’” January 2017

The Guardian, “Black Panthers 50 Years On: Art Show Reclaims Movement,” October 2016

Fader, “How Sadie Barnette Turned Her Family’s Radical History Into Art,” October 2016

Los Angeles Times, “Sadie Barnette’s ‘Superfecta,’” February 2016

SFAQ, “Sadie Barnette: in conversation with Rujeko Hockley,” February 2016

New York Times, “Review: ‘Everything, Everyday,’ Explores Affinities at Studio Museum in Harlem,” September 2015

Design Sponge, “Life & Business: Sadie Barnette,” September 2015