Antiques Trade Gazette is the acknowledged 'Bible' of the art
and antiques trade - a weekly newspaper providing the
latest in market information, news and analysis. It is the
publication of choice for professionals and collectors around the
Launched in 1971, ATG is currently experiencing significant
increases in paid circulation and advertising volumes. The
newspaper is now published in a high quality format praised for its
clarity and high-fidelity colour.
A subscription to the newspaper provides an unrivalled weekly
update on the UK and international art and antiques market with
analysis, dealer news, fair reports and industry comment - all in
addition to what is found on this website.
ATG is also the first choice publication for auction
advertising, alerting readers to thousands of new buying
opportunities each week.
Antiques Trade Gazette is published by ATG Media, the
UK's leading provider of specialist information and services to the
fine art and antiques industry, both in print and on the web, and a
global pioneer of live online auctions.
created by ATG Media and is Europe's leading portal for live art
and antiques auctions. Users can search catalogues and place bids
over the internet in real-time, with live audio and video feeds
recreating the auction room atmosphere. In 2011 the site hosted
4,000 catalogues and 1,800 live auctions. It has sold over £70m
online, £34m of which was sold in 2011 alone.
ATG Media also has a strong presence in other markets through
its sister site, i-bidder.com. i-bidder is the UK's key
portal for industrial and commercial auctions. In 2011, the site
hosted 750 live auctions and sold £17m online.
ATG Media's best-in-class proprietary technology powers partner
sites bidspotter.co.uk (the US's
leading industrial auction site), Figaro Enchères
(hosted on France's premier news website) and lot-tissimo.com (Germany's
leading fine art and antiques auction portal).