Why "photographers since 1920"?

Because my grand-father, Mario Orzi, started to work as a young apprentice at the Coen photo lab in Fidenza in that year.

During the forties he opened his own shop, helped by a partner, Piero Pedretti, and by his daughters after WWII, always considered as a point of reference in Fidenza till its closing at the end of the seventies.
His famous pictures of town bombing in 1944, the reconstruction, the Cathedral were among the best known in town.

His career was achieved by a dedication on the Guide of the Cathedral and 10 editions of a town photography contest.