Anka Gujabidze is documentary photographer, born in Tbilisi, 1987,Georgia.
In 2010 she graduated from Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film University, Animation. In 2011-2013 she earned M.A. in Photography at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (KASK), Gent, Belgium.
Throughout her studies in Belgium Anka participated in diverse professional trainings.
In June of 2010, Anka Gujabidze was selected as a Photographer of the month by Toscana Photographic Workshop (Toscana, Italy). In the same year, she received the Third Prize for the photo series “Waiting for the Golden Fish” awarded at the Photo Contest Kolga exhibition (Tbilisi, Georgia)
In 2013 Anka’s work was shortlisted by the Photo Awards Academy, Netherlands, for best photo book (Hague, Netherlands).
In December 2014, Anka Gujabidze was Listed for Magnum Emergency Fund. In the same year Anka hosted a personal exhibition. Since 2015 Anka Gujabidze has been the co-founder and a member of Documentary photo agency- ERROR IMAGES
2014 - Magnum Emergency Fund, 2013 - PhotoAwards Academy,Netherlands, 2010 - Toscana Photographic Workshop, 2010 - Photo contest KOLGA, 2006 - Photo contest KOLGA
- Breaking news
- Video capture
From the Project KAZRETI. Tsitso and Manana
Kazreti, a town in Bolnisi district, Georgia is the prime sight where the most gold and copper (8% of country’s total exports in 2005, 5,6% – in 2013) are mined. Despite being rich with precious metals the village is a sight of extreme poverty, structural inequality, water and air pollution, and increased oncological diseases.
Tbilisi in 2003, poster is an advertisement of tv channel RUSTAVI 2, that played significant role in the Rose revolution.
Rosalina from the project RUSTAVi
Rustavi is the fourth-largest city in Georgia, situated 27 km southeast of the capital, Tbilisi. The history of Rustavi is considered to have two phases: an early period from ancient times until the city was destroyed in the 13th century, and a modern period since 1948 until the present day. During the second half of the 20th century Rustavi was hastily rebuilt as a key industrial center.