Your guide to art

We are art lovers

After years of studying art history, traveling to art fairs, seeing hundreds of exhibitions, and even collecting a few things here and there, we had yet to find one singular resource that simply made sense of the art world. So we created it ourselves. Let ArtDrunk be your guide to discovering and engaging with art in your city and all the places you travel. We do the work, you see the art.

For those of you new to ArtDrunk, welcome! We are a global media brand focused on making contemporary art accessible to all. We believe art is a vessel for sharing stories that can make the world a more empathetic place. That’s why we share the emotional, cultural, and aesthetic power of art, helping us all build a deeper understanding of ourselves and others. Across our platforms, we hope ArtDrunk empowers you to explore, to learn, to feel, and to be inspired.


Our Content

City Guides – Find out what to see with our monthly exhibition guides in New York, London, and Seoul. If you’re not in one of these cities, send us a note! We’ll have recommendations wherever you are.

Newsletter – Subscribe to get art in your inbox. Weekly lowdowns on the latest artists and art topics (NFTs anyone?). Behind the scenes and in the studios.

YouTube – Keep an eye on and subscribe to our YouTube for new videos to come – inside artist studios, travel to new cities, and interviews with special guests.

Instagram – Follow to stay in-the-know on the daily.


Picture of Gary Yeh

Gary’s journey with art started like many others –  random prints and posters of Impressionist paintings dotted his childhood home. But it was an eclectic AP Art History teacher that ultimately sparked his joy for art. Fast forward to college and ArtDrunk was born out of a desire to engage with art outside of an academic setting. ArtDrunk became his foot in the art world, which has developed into a personal mission to make art more accessible.

Gary has worked across finance, tech, and fintech. Gaining experience at companies like Via Transportation and Fiserv have broadened his approach to the art world – always curious to find ways for art to reach millions more just like the technologies he previously engaged with. Graduating from Duke University in 2017, he also served on the Nasher Museum’s Student Advisory Board where he met Taylor (see below). Gary lives between New York and Seoul. 

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Picture of Taylor Zakarin

Taylor’s love for art began as a child at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where rainy days were spent running through the Greek & Roman Art galleries – she claims she is notoriously feared by museum guards in that wing to this day. Following internships at Christie’s, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (they let her back in), and Pace Gallery, she graduated from Duke University in 2014 with a BA in Art History. 

Thereafter, Taylor moved to Dallas, Texas to run the art collection and program at NorthPark Center – a luxury shopping center that welcomes over 26 million visitors a year and doubles as a world-class art museum. Inspired by NorthPark’s annual visitorship, Zakarin focused on increasing access to the arts, creating various free educational programs that welcomed thousands of visitors and students from the surrounding high risk, underserved communities. In this role, Taylor served as the first dedicated art curator for this type of space in America. She also holds a Masters from the Courtauld Institute of Art, and was most recently the Director of Operations for Incubator 21, a pop-up project space focused on offering solo exhibitions for emerging artists. Taylor lives and works in London.

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