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Jamal Cyrus
on Untitled (Threads), 2016
Jamal Cyrus on Untitled (Threads), 2016
Rachel Rosenfeld ’18 and Ariel Saloman ’19 interviewed artist Jamal Cyrus about his work Untitled (Threads), 2016, from the Tang Teaching Museum collection.

On November 3, 2017, Skidmore students Rachel Rosenfeld ’18 and Ariel Saloman ’19 interviewed artist Jamal Cyrus about his work Untitled (Threads), 2016, from the Tang Teaching Museum collection. Untitled (Threads) was on view in the fall 2017 exhibition Other Side: Art, Object, Self.

This interview was part of a series of interviews with artists conducted by Skidmore students in the Art History course “The Artist Interview,” led by Dayton Director Ian Berry.

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Jamal Cyrus (born Houston, Texas, 1973)
Untitled (Threads), 2016
wax, ink on canvas
Purchased with generous funding from Ann Schapps Schaffer ’62 and Melvyn S. Schaffer
2017.4.2

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Cyrus, Jamal. “Jamal Cyrus on on Untitled (Threads), 2016.” Interview by Rachel Rosenfeld and Ariel Saloman. 2017. Tang Teaching Museum collections website, last modified September 4, 2019. https://tang.skidmore.edu/collection/explore/139-jamal-cyrus.

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