Tayachi Bachir is a young visual artist, photographer and film director, born in 1995 in Tunis, where he works and lives.
He studied architecture in Tunis. Through video, photography, installation and drawing,
he attempts to capture the ordinary and transform it into the extraordinary, preserving the raw aspect of the emotions felt then and now.

His work has been shown in different exhibitions such as
Summer fling (Aicha Gorgi Gallery, Tunis, 2021),
The Wait  (Investec Cape Town Art Fair, 2022),
Injurier le Soleil (32bis, Tunis, 2022),
La Fabrique (Jaou, Tunis, 2022)
and Borderless (Cairo Photo Week, 2023).
It has also been featured in Nowness and Vogue Arabia (2021).
In 2022, he directed Black Little Sheep, a short film shown during Khatawat Ciné Par’Court in Tunis.

group show at Yosr Ben Ammar gallery, Tunis
Sweet melon, photography
Borderless - Cairo photo week - curated by Amr Ezzeldinn
Thick skin, photography


La Fabrique, a collective diary - Jaou festival - curated by Simon Njami
Have a seat,  video installation 
Injurier le Soleil - 32Bis - curated by Camille Lévy Sarfati
Anesthesia, video installation
Cape town art fair Investec
The wait , photography exhibition, curated by Aicha Gorgi
Ciné Par'Court “KHATAWAT”
Little Black Sheep, short film (12 min) - mention spéciale du jury


Hero, photography, cover of Vogue Man Arabia, September issue
Summer fling, group show, Aicha Gorgi Gallery, Tunis
Bado, video (12 min), Hiya live sessions with musician Badiaa Bouhrizi
Us, campaign photoshoot for Fashion Trust Arabia


Roses - video clip for Benjemy
MAI - 2D Animation video clip for Koast


When do we get to see the kiss, video installation, Sea Djerba festival
Thunder, video installation, Les Dunes électroniques
Him, Album cover for Began Counting by 4lfa