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Reagan Corbett, a native Houstonian, has been deeply rooted in the world of fine art since her early years. Immersed in creativity from a young age, she spent weekends sketching at The Menil and explored various classes at the Glassell Junior School. This early exposure ignited a fascination with understanding the world through different perspectives, shaping her artistic journey.


In 2015, Corbett took her passion for art to the global stage, studying Art History at the University of Paris Sorbonne. She further honed her skills and earned her B.A. in Studio Art from the University of Texas at Austin in 2016. Currently based in Houston, TX, Corbett has become an integral part of the Texas art community, delving deeper into the study of art and societal perspectives.

Inspired by the ongoing feminist and social revolution, Corbett's work is heavily influenced by social dilemmas impacting society. Her visual and conceptual focus, deeply rooted in American pop culture, presents seemingly simple yet thought-provoking pieces that encourage viewers to contemplate open-ended questions.

Since 2016, Reagan Corbett has played a pivotal role as the founder, executive director, and lead artist of The ReagART Collection. This artist-run gallery-like business is dedicated to sharing her art directly with collectors. Her contributions have garnered attention from prestigious publications such as British Vogue, Vogue Mexico, Modern Luxury, Architectural Digest, Paper City, and The Houston Chronicle, among others.

Corbett's artistic journey includes exhibitions with numerous galleries, participation in group shows, and the curation of three solo exhibitions—Fleeting Moments in 2017, Perfect in 2019, and Sublime in 2021. Notably, she placed her iconic Shipley’s donut painting in Lizzo’s private art collection. Selected by the TEDx Committee, Corbett gave a compelling TED Talk in May 2018 and was featured in The Celebration of Texas Art 2019, curated by Jennie Goldstein of The Whitney Museum of American Art.

Amidst the challenges of the global pandemic in 2020, Corbett completed her first large-scale mural on behalf of the City of Houston. In 2021, she made history as the first solo exhibitionist at The Dallas Art Fair. With a growing list of achievements and a unique artistic perspective, Reagan Corbett continues to make waves in the contemporary art scene, leaving an indelible mark on the cultural landscape.



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