"Alienation?" is featured in The Brooklyn Rail.
Arvind Dilawar interviews Wu Yuren ahead of his solo show "On Parole," 2015.
Wu Yuren's work The Spark Program is selected as one of the 50 most political pieces of the past 15 years in Complex.
Nalini S Malaviya discusses the freedom of speech and creativity in China, citing Wu Yuren and his work.
ArtSlant reviews Wu Yuren and Liang Ban group exhibition "Not Only A Taoist Troublemaker!"
Art critic An Xiao publishes images and commentary by Wu Yuren upon his release on parole from jail, in 2011.
The Guardian reports on Wu Yuren's arrest charges on the basis of his political activism and alleged assault in Beijing, China.
In a National Public Radio special, Wu Yuren's arrest is reported as being protested against by artists such as Ai Weiwei and Gao Qiang.
The New York Times reports on the court trial surrounding a protest instigated by Wu Yuren and fellow artists in Beijing, China.
The artist is interviewed for HK Magazine ahead of a solo show in Hong Kong.
National Book Award winner Evan Osnos writes on Wu Yuren's increasing conflicts with political parties in China.
The New York Times reports on the protest – which Wu Yuren took part in – as a reponse to eviction of artists from their studios and homes in Beijing, China.
Wu Yuren's politically engaged performance art is covered in a feature about China's art movements.