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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

(Courtesy of DFINE) Project Ezrah and DFINE are making it easier than ever before. Investing in art has been growing in popularity among individuals looking to diversify their portfolios. In fact, more than half of wealth managers reported their clients asking for help with investments in art. Because art has no connection to more traditional investments such as stocks, it has the ability to remain stable or potentially increase in value if the market declines. Unlike other investments, fine art can also enhance your home’s decor! Unfortunately, the art world can be confusing due to the lack of available information to the average person interested in making a purchase.

DFINE, a new Israeli technology company, has created a platform that takes the guesswork out of determining the true value of art. DFINE offers people the ability to purchase art by offering transparency and tradability on their platform. It is the perfect way for people to add or start an art collection.

At the Project Ezrah Art Show Fundraiser, Israeli art will be available for sale using DFINE’s platform. Iri Zohar, the CEO of the company, will explain how DFINE works and you will be able to see it in action.

The Project Ezrah Art Show Fundraiser is taking place this Motzei Shabbat, November 9, from 7:30 p.m.-10 p.m., at a private home in Bergen County.

You will have the opportunity to meet award-winning Israeli artists Shai Azoulay and Yair Barak. The show will also feature the works of Yigal Ozeri, Aram Gershuni, Eran Shakine and Matan Ben Cnaan—some of the biggest names in the Israeli and international art world. All of the artists represented have had their artwork exhibited in museums and exhibitions all over the world.

A percentage of sales will benefit Project Ezrah. Project Ezrah is a non-profit organization that provides support to local community members in need. They do this by offering employment services, job readiness training and financial assistance for basic living expenses.

To find out more information about this event, including the location, please contact Michal at [email protected], or call 917-573-7074.