Guram Tsibakhashvili has an important place in Georgian photography, documenting regional wars and public figures during the 1990’s. Tsibakhashvili worked as a chemist prior to become a photographer, initially shooting as a hobbyist until the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Throughout the 1990s, Tsibakhashvili joined a photo collective that led Georgian photography into the 21st century.
Tsibakhashvili has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions, both in Georgia and internationally. He also teaches photography and darkroom techniques, further contributing to the development of Georgian photography. Many of his students continue his tradition and lead Georgia’s contemporary photography movement.