Italian artist Pablo Echaurren was one of the protagonists of counterculture in 1970s Italy. He managed to establish one of the most important archives of documents on political and artistic creation after 1968, which include his own works of that period. The collection includes rare fanzines, pamphlets, drawings, manuscripts, photographs and, in particular, magazines such as A/Traverso, Viola and Oask?!, which today are almost impossible to find. In "Pablo Echaurren and the years of counterculture", the second episode of our video series Hertziana Insights, the artist revisits a key decade for the contemporary history of Italy through some of his works.