Auctionata brings all the services of a traditional auction house exclusively to the internet. We use sophisticated, state-of-the-art technology to broadcast live auctions in HD quality to computers, tablets and mobile devices – turning your living room into an auction room. Auctionata is the first enterprise ever to enable traditional and authentic auctions on the internet.

With a global network of 250 experts in all kinds of fields, Auctionata can provide anyone with free valuation for art, antiques, collectibles
and luxury vintage items. And with our 25-year authenticity guarantee, buyers are always in safe hands.

Bei Auctionata finden Kunst- und Antiquitätenliebhaber Stücke, von denen man nicht zu träumen wagt.
ELLE, 11 November 2013
The new online auction site Auctionata, however, has shown that collectors are willing to spend big money online under the right circumstances. Lot 57 in its June 21 auction, a previously unknown watercolor by Egon Schiele titled Reclining Woman, set a world record for a work of art offered exclusively online, selling for 1.827 million Euros (US$2.418 million) with premium.
Art in Print, 21 August 2013
Discoveries such as this recently uncovered original watercolour by Egon Schiele are extremely rare and are guaranteed to cause quite a buzz in the art market.
Gazette Drouot International, 30 May 2013
Das Kunstwerk hat alle Qualitäten, in der deutschen Auktionslandschaft zu den teuersten Losen des Jahres aufzusteigen: Egon Schieles “Liegende Frau” von 1916.
Weltkunst, 22 April 2013
The word “auction” evokes the swift chatter of an auctioneer, the reserved murmurs of a live crowd of spectators and bidder and the smack of a gavel indicating a closed bid. At least it used to. Now, in an age of ecommerce, we tend to think of sites like eBay, with its long bid times and low quality item images. Berlin, Germany-based Auctionata is attempting to bring the action and live detail of auctions back by putting them online and it’s just raised $20.2 million to do it. Auctionata’s platform is more or less an online television show.
Forbes, 15 April 2013
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On 21 June, the young German online fine art and auction platform Auctionata auctions off a watercolour by Egon Schiele which was hidden for 60 years. A sensation – because the leading expert Jane Kallir confirms its authenticity.
Handelsblatt, 8 March 2013
For us, Auctionata is one of the most exciting things the international e-commerce market has to offer at the moment.
Exciting Commerce, 5 December 2012
You usually associate auction houses with high prices and a feeling that they are not accessible to all. Auctionata is setting out to change this.
Tagesspiegel, 25 September 2012
The online auction house is the rising star among Austrian expats in Berlin.
Die Presse, 29 December 2012
Until now, the online art and antiques market has been dominated by Ebay-style sites. Even on the biggest auction portals, users are also placing more and more antiques and art, and websites like and run their own online shops with countdown-style auctions. But none of them carry the weight with which Zacke is now attacking the market.
FAZ, 2 October 2012