Porck’s art developed from pure geometric abstract into a more minimal and conceptual approach. She maintains the fundamental elements of constructivism: repetition, restriction to basic forms and colours, lines, and planes. An ongoing subject of investigation in Porck’s art concerns the different structures of connectivity. While terms as reductive, modern, abstract, and minimal may apply as general qualifications, the specific characteristics include sensitivity, consciousness and personal touch.
The work of Tineke Porck (The Hague) is presented by several galleries and exhibited at artfairs in Holland and abroad. In 2016 she was nominated for the biannual price of the Leiden ARS Assiociation of Artists.