Martin Durazo received his Master of Fine Arts from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Art from Pitzer College. Durazo is the recipient of the 2012 C.O.L.A. Individual Artists Fellowship from the City of Los Angeles and a 2011 California Community Foundation Fellowship Award, funded by the Getty Trust. His work was included in the inaugural 2011 SUR Biennial and in 2010 he was an Artist-in-Residence at the 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica. He has exhibited at the Torrance Art Museum; PULSE Los Angeles Contemporary Art Fair; Pomona College Museum of Art; MexiCaliBiennial 2013. Harris Art Gallery at the University of LaVerne, White Box, New York City, ArtForumBerlin and Art Basel Miami Beach. His work has been reviewed in Flash Art International, ARTnews, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, LA Weekly, Artweek, and Art Review.

Martin Durazo
 Martin Durazo Wood, paint, insulation panel, faux fur, high heel shoes, safety cone, cargo straps, death soap, Hindu Ganesh charm, framed velvet painting, vandalized plexiglass, holographic paper, clamps, glass flowered paper weight, spray painted dumb bells, mirror ball, and plexiglass pedestals.  Martin Durazo Wood, paint, metal bracket, orange extension chord, disco ball motor, rope, key ring, money cat charm, wire, pipe cleaner, raku fired ceramic skull, punk rock wristband, metal ring, blond wig, rope.  Martin Durazo Wood boat, mirror titles, agate slices, raku beads, crochet, spray paint, colored pencil, plexi-glass, clips, gorilla painting, and bismuth gem  Martin Durazo  Acrylic, sliced agate, and macrame dream catcher with soap  Martin Durazo Acrylic on canvas  Martin Durazo 24 x 18 inches
 Martin Durazo Acrylic on canvas  Martin Durazo Acrylic on canvas  Martin Durazo  Martin Durazo Acrylic, spray paint on canvas  Martin Durazo Acrylic, spray paint on canvas  Martin Durazo Steel Bowl, Rice, Flouresent Light