Graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Tbilisi State Academy of the Fine Arts, then completed an informal master’s program at the Centre of Contemporary Art-Tbilisi. Gvantsa’s art often deals with her personal emotions and experiences as well as reflect socio-political conditions of present-day Georgia. The artist often employs humour to address these deeply personal and highly relevant subjects.
Gvantsa is widely exhibited in Georgia and Europe. In 2021 Gvantsa received Prince Claus Foundation Seed Awards. In 2020 she was selected for the Forbes 30 under 30 list. In 2019 she won the NARS Foundation Studio Grant, New York and in 2017 the artist received the Tsinandali Award in Visual Arts.