Biz Innovator - Markus Flamman
8 February 2020 (New!) - Markus has a Carousell shop that you can look at:
And there are items to art pieces for purchase at the shop.
25 Oct 2019 - Markus has the latest art collection on auction at The-Saleroom HotLotz
These are 2 of his art collection that are in HotLotz currently on auction.
JOHAN RUDOLF BONNET (DUTCH, 1895-1978) - PORTRAIT OF A BALINESE MAN
Charcoal and pastel on paper, in original frame
Located, signed and dated lower left 'BALI '49 R.BONNET'
45cm high x 33cm wide
62cm high x 46cm wide, with frame
Condition: Overall in good condition, ready to hang - Additional images and detailed condition report available on request
Provenance: Handed down the family of the current owner. Originally given to his grand father as alternative payment for dental work shortly after WW2, in Indonesia.
About the artist: Johan Rudolf Bonnet (30 March 1895, Amsterdam – 18 April 1978, Laren) was a Dutch artist who lived much of his life in the town of Ubud on Bali, Indonesia. He was born into a Dutch Huguenot-descended family who had been bakers for many generations. He attended the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam. He arrived in Bali in 1929 where he met the German artist Walter Spies and the Dutch musicologist Jaap Kunst. With Kunst, he made a trip to Nias, returning to Bali in 1930. He was invited to live in Ubud in by Cokorda Gde Raka Sukawati. Between 1929 and 1940 Bonnet stayed in Ubud. When Spies moved to Campuhan, Bonnet took over Spies' water palace in Ubud and set up his studio. He became involved in community issues including healthcare and education. He was also very involved in the Pita Maha movement, which encouraged local artists to raise their artistic standards. After the Japanese arrived in Bali, Bonnet remained free until 1942 when he was ordered to be sent to Sulawesi. He spent the remainder of World War II in internment camps in Pare-Pare, Bolong and Makassar. In 1947 Bonnet returned to Bali where he built his house and studio in Campuan. Despite the deterioration in the relationship between The Republic of Indonesia and the Netherlands, Bonnet was able to stay due to his relationship with President Sukarno who had collected 14 of his works. He was expelled from Indonesia in1957 after he refused to finish a portrait of President Sukarno; he was able to return 15 years later. Rudolf Bonnet died in Laren, Holland on April 18, 1978 after a long illness. His body was cremated, and the ashes were brought to Bali where they were burnt together in a great cremation ceremony with his friend Cokorda Gde Agung Sukawati.
ARTHUR JOHANN JO KÖNIG (GERMAN, ?-1951) - BALINESE WOMAN
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Oil on canvas, laid on board, unsigned
In its original Balinese frame
Not dated but estimated to have been painted around 1940
44cm high x 36.5cm wide, with frame
Provenance: Handed down owner's family. Originally obtained as alternative payment by the artist for dental works by grandfather's owner in Indonesia
Illustration: Catalogue cover of a publication by Rina Heidema, 2012
Note: For a similar work by the artist see Christie's catalogue in the link
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Mr Markus Flamman who is a Procurement Professional and Partner in Portfolio, is currently a Senior Member at CIPS with MCIPS title. He is also an Advisor to Vu Marcoms, a Public Relations and Marketing consultancy, and Vu Marcoms start-up suite-Olive and Latte ABS, engagevu and Elab Perspectives Collab.
“Markus Flamman, with his previous years of experience within the banking, Oil & Gas and hospitality industries, brings extensive Media, Digital and Procurement expertise for us to grow our start up together with his consultative advice and approach in the digital economy,” says Sharon Vu, Director at Vu Marcoms.
Markus is a strategic Procurement Head with 13 years of Procurement, Project, RealEstate & Facility management expertise in Europe and Asia, and with experience in various industries from Banking and Finance, Oil and Gas, Government trade and relations, and Travel Solutions and Hospitality. Markus has been with companies such as Caltex, RBC and ABN Amro and most recently HRS.
Markus graduated with double degrees both in Law & Organizational behaviour. He is focused on Team development, Optimizing cost and competitive strategies, raising efficiency, Process Re-engineering Design & Implementing continuous improvement Initiatives, Governance and Risk Reduction. His expertise includes managing and reducing commercial risk & cost in established as well as (semi-) greenfield environments.
Markus has managed teams in various sizes both locally & regionally with a focus on talent management. Being a passionate thought leader, he preaches and trains on modern Procurement concepts, and has been the speaker at several forums and master classes, including but not limited to APAC CPO forum, ACTE, CTF, EGF Asia and ProcureCon.
What does Markus do, practically quite a lot, you can email email@example.com if you have any enquiries.