Gard Sivik 15|16 November – December 1959, January – February 1960

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Gard Sivik was a Flemish and Dutch avant-garde magazine that was founded in 1955 on the initiative of the Flemish poets Gust Gils and Paul Snoek. The experimental magazine was named after the eponymous jazz café on the Stadswaag in Antwerp, and aimed to provide a forum for young poets ‘to promote avant-garde art

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Gard Sivik 15|16 November – December 1959, January - February 1960. Design by Benno Wissing
Gard Sivik 15|16 November – December 1959, January – February 1960. Design by Benno Wissing
Gard Sivik 15|16 November – December 1959, January - February 1960. Design by Benno Wissing
Gard Sivik 15|16 November – December 1959, January – February 1960. Design by Benno Wissing
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