Yves Klein, Yves Klein presente: Le dimanche 27 Novembre 1960/Le journal d’un seul jour, 1960, Newspaper format, 22 x 15 in.

The Bruce High Quality Foundation, LOVE (Public Sculpture Tackle), 2007, C-Print, 34 x 34 in.

Gunter Brus, Untitled, 1964, Photograph, 11 1/2 x 9 1/4 in.

Gunter Brus, Untitled, 1964, Photograph, 11 1/2 x 9 1/4 in.

Chris Burden, Chris Burden: 1971-1973, 1974, One of fifty-three photographs and text in a black binder, 11 1/2 x 11 1/2 in. each.

Chris Burden, Chris Burden: 1971-1973, 1974, Fifty-three photographs and text in a black binder, 11 1/2” by 11 1/2” each.

Sara Greeenburger Rafferty, Target Practice, 2006, Expandable foam, pigment, pie tins, and hardware dimensions variable

Sara Greeenburger Rafferty, Performance Document: Self Portrait with Pancakes, 2003–06, C-Print, 24 x 20 in., Edition of 5

Roman Signer, Gloves, 2004, Two orange gloves with fuse in cardboard box, 15 x 23 3/5 in., Each unique, signed, and numbered. Edition of 20

Bas Jan Ader, Broken Fall (Organic), 1971/1994, Black and white photograph, 17 x 24 1/4 in., Edition of 3

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  • Marina Abramovic
  • Vito Acconci
  • Bas Jan Ader
  • The Bruce High Quality Foundation
  • Gunter Brus
  • Chris Burden
  • Sophie Calle
  • Kate Gilmore
  • Rodney Graham
  • Yves Klein
  • Sara Greenberger Rafferty
  • Carolee Schneemann
  • Roman Signer
  • Viennese Actionists

Susan Inglett is pleased to present “Jack *%ss”, a curated exhibition to run 29 May through 1 August.

Lifted from the annals of MTV history, “Jack *%ss” takes its title from the eponymous American Television program featuring the stunts and pranks of a cast led by pop impresario Johnny Knoxville. Knoxville came to the public’s attention in 1999 when he agreed to test various self defense devices by being tasered, maced and eventually shot while wearing a bulletproof vest. Almost three decades earlier, the artist Chris Burden choreographed a performance in which he had an assistant fire a single shot to his left arm. Knoxville’s act was a stunt, Burden’s “Shoot” sited as it was within the time frame of the Vietnam War, understood as political/social gesture, contextualized as Art performance, was so much more. Both shots made a sound, Chris Burden’s was heard round the world.

Artists in the exhibition include Marina Abramovic, Vito Acconci, Bas Jan Ader, The Bruce High Quality Foundation, Gunter Brus, Chris Burden, Sophie Calle, Kate Gilmore, Rodney Graham, Yves Klein, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Carolee Schneemann, Roman Signer, and films from the Viennese Actionists.

The exhibition will be on view at the Susan Inglett Gallery located 522 West 24 Street Tuesday to Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM in June and Monday to Friday 10 AM to 6 PM in July. For additional information please contact the gallery at 212/647-9111, fax 212/647-9333 or info@inglettgallery.com.