On a recent Friday morning, the Arab-Israeli writer Sayed Kashua, 38, wearing jeans and a Superman T-shirt, slouched forward over a tiny outdoor table at the Cafe Hillel located in an upscale Jerusalem neighborhood 10 minutes from his home. He was trying to explain to a foreign...
May 21, 2014 | 11:10 am
June Wayne’s “Waiting for Newspapers,” oil on canvas, 1936. ©The June Wayne Collection, courtesy of Louis Stern Fine Arts
In the history of California art, the Tamarind Lithography... read full article