Art Historian, PH.D., freelance art writer and educator. Ketevan currently works as an independent scholar and educator. She specializes in modern and contemporary art. From 1978-2012, Kintsurashvili worked as a Senior Researcher and Professor at the Institute of Georgian Art, the Tbilisi Art Academy, as well as at the University of Theatre and Film. She is the author of monographs on David Kakabadze, Georgi Alexi-Meskhishvili, Koka Ignatov, and ‘Sepo’ (Tengiz Sepiashvili) and others. She has also authored a textbook on 20th century avant-garde art, numerous articles, catalogues and TV programs. She has taught and conducted research work at Mount Holyoke College (1995, 2004, 2008), Yale University (1996, 1998), and Balliol College, United Kingdom (2001). She is a Fellow at the Open Society Foundations (Research Support Scheme, Prague, 1995 - 96; Course Development Competition, Budapest, 1998-99), International Research Exchange (RSEP/Washington, 1998), Salzburg Global Seminars (1999, 2006), Oxford Colleges Hospitality Scheme (2001), ECA/IREX small grants (2000, 2001) Arts Link (New York, 2005), Fulbright Scholars Exchange (2003-04), Democracy Outreach (2005, 2008), and other programs. Kintsurashvili has also given presentations at conferences and seminars arranged by The University of Chicago (2007), Malmö Art Academy (2001); Prague Quadrennial and Scenography International Conference (Prague, 2007), Prague Quadrennial Scenography Expanding Symposium (Riga, 2010), Regents College (London, 2010), Jacobs University (Bremen, 2013), etc. She was also the speaker at the AICA XLVII International Congress in Seoul/Suwon (October 2014).
Kintsurashvili also arranged a lecture-exhibition at the Museum of Art of Georgia, entitled Three Stages in the Development of Abstract Art in Georgia (2000). She was the National Curator for Georgia at the 12th Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space (2011), a scientific consultant and organizer of David Kakabadze’s monographic show in Tbilisi (2013), an expert for the exhibition «To see the dimensions: Artists from Georgia», Lund Gallery (2011). Ketevan is currently writing fiction-documentary book "The First Abstraction: Wassily Kandinsky." With the support of Goethe Institute in Georgia she arranged an exhibition «Maelstrom: Franz Marc, German Expressionism, and Modernism in Georgia» (Georgian National Gallery, Tbilisi, 2015).