Miss Van currently resides in Barcelona, Spain. From Barcelona, she has written and published several books with the publishing house Drago and coordinated several art shows across Europe. She remains one of the most famous female street and graffiti artists in the world, recognized as one of the top figures in early 21st-century street art canon.
In her artwork, Miss Van typically depicts sloe-eyed women, covering a varied array of female forms and expressing many different emotions. Common themes in her work include eroticism, sexuality, desire and innocence which are represented by animal masks, pastel colors, and revealing clothing. Miss Van's work illustrates a cartoonish, dream-like world of female sexuality. Over time the stylization of the women has changed, reflecting Miss Van's artistic and personal evolution as she has grown and matured. This change is paralleled in Miss Van's increased preference for the gallery over the street. In the gallery, Miss Van embraces enclosed and intimate space gallery space as part of the artistic experience .
Between 2008 and 2016, Miss Van exhibited artwork in many private galleries across the globe. In Asia, she has held a show in Shanghai. In Europe, she has exhibited in London, Rome, Berlin, Paris and Vienna. In North America, she has held shows in Detroit, Santa Monica, Los Angeles, Montreal, Chicago and New York. Several Notable Shows include, Still a Little Magic at Upper Playground, San Francisco in 2008; Cachetes Colorados at Upper Playground, Mexico City in 2010; and A Moment in Time at Saatchi Gallery, London in 2016. The same year, Miss Van also showed at the Atmossphere Biennale in Moscow, Russia, where she exhibited a woven wool rug based on an original painting.
Thematically, her work has provoked a negative reaction from some feminists due to the portrayal of women in her graffiti. Although she receives this backlash, her reasoning for her painting is more personal. "Painting on walls was a way to show that I was boycotting the conventional art world". Despite negative critique of her work, some critics perceive her portrayal of sexuality and feminity as a powerful rejection of male supremacy and male-dominated art. Her work is also appreciated for centering women and increasing the representation of women in street art. Furthermore, the depiction of a full-figured female form in Miss Van's work is representative of body positive politics. Miss Van is regarded as one of the most famous female graffiti and street artists in the world, a genre that is generally considered as having few female artists.
In 2016, Miss Van held her first institutional art show at Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Málaga in Spain, titled “For The Wind in My Hair." The show featured 39 original paintings on canvas. Artnet News calls the show as "interesting discourse between the worlds of fine art and street art." Miss Van also displays how meaning changes between these two two aritstic sties, the street and gallery.Wild at Heart (2012) Drago
Twinkles (2011) Drago
Pop Surrealism: What a Wonderfool World (2010) Drago
Dorothy Circus Trilogy: Walk on the Wild Side (2013) Drago
2014 - Miss Van: Glamorous Darkness, StolenSpace Gallery, London - Solo Show
2014 - Spectrum: Winter Group Show, StolenSpace Gallery, London - Group Show
2014 - Art Truancy: Celebrating 20 Years of Juxtapoz Magazine, Johnathan LeVine Projects - Group Show
2014 - StolenSpace Gallery at SCOPE Miami Beach 2014 - Fair
2015 - The Reasons for the Seasons, StolenSpace Gallery, London - Group Show
2015 - FESTIN DE ARTE at Isabelle Croxatto Galleria, Isabelle Croxatto Galleria, Santiago - Group Show
2015 - 'Freedom' a Group Show, StolenSpace Gallery, Berlin - Group Show
2015 - FIFTY24MX at LA Art Show 2015 - Fair
2016 - Ch. ACO'16, Isabel Croxatto Galería, Santiago - Group Show
2016 - Isabel Croxatto Galeria at Contemporary Istanbul 2016, Şişli - Fair
2017 - Flor de Piel, Victor Lope Arte Contemporaneo, Barcelona - Solo Show
2017 - Welcome to New Jersey, Jonathan LeVine Projects, Jersey City - Group Show
2017 - Isabel Croxatto Galeria at Art Central 2017 - Fair