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Christian Zervos, a young Greek émigré philosopher, publishes the first issue of his periodical Cahiers d'Art in Paris (1926-1960), which he subtitles Revue d'actualité artistique . Early staff and contributors to Cahiers d'Art include Jean Cassou, Elie Faure, and E. Tériade. Zervos was an ardent supporter of Picasso and devotes many issues of Cahiers d'Art to the review of Picasso's work. Seven years later, in 1932, Zervos publishes the first of the 34 volume catalogue of the master's works, finally completed in 1978. His work was included in a group exhibition at Galerie Vavin-Raspail in Paris, along with Braque, André Lhote, Matisse, and Marc Chagall.