Renée Strecker (born in 1955 in Berlin) studied at the Berlin University of the Arts from 1979 to 1983 and was a master student of Prof. Karl Oppermann. In 1985, she founded the Berlin painters' group "Kobalt".
Renée Strecker's painting can be classified as Lyrical Abstraction. Frequently recurring colour tones are blue and grey palettes. The style is delicate and powerful at the same time. The paintings themselves show an inner tension.
In 2001, the artist received a scholarship from the Office of the Federal President, and in 2003, her work was purchased by the German Bundestag. In 2009, the artist was awarded the Andreas Art Prize on the occasion of the art exhibition "Natur-Mensch".
Renée Strecker lives and works in Berlin and on Alicudi, Lipari Islands. Her works are represented in the collections of the Senate of Berlin, the German Bundestag and the Deutsche Bank Art Collection in Berlin.