About the Author

Melitta Tchaicovsky
Blurbarian Since June 2012
Name Melitta Tchaicovsky
My Web Site contact@artnetwork.com
Location Oakland, California, USA
Gender Female
My Occupation Photographer and Videographer
My Bio A photographer, videographer and graphic designer. Her photos and documentaries have been used for CDs, DVDs, book covers, published in magazines and exhibited in galleries, art movie theaters and film festivals around the world.

Melitta runs Artnetwork Productions, an independent multimedia production studio, which provides engaging, original media online, for television networks and community interests. Her roles include the development of new projects, production and promotion of new media and the formation of innovative partnerships.

Things I Don't Mind The World Knowing

Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...
We just published a book of drawings titled "Memoirs and Observations of the 20th Century" by my late brother Beny Tchaicovsky.
These drawings were created between 1972 and 1984. They were left by Beny compiled in a booklet format. Reflecting Tchaicovsky’s critical vision of contemporary society and of mainstream cultural values, they express an outcry against war, and the opposition to a conditioned and mechanized way of life as a result of society’s soulless technological progress.
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"Tchaicovsky: Beyond the Realm of Duality" is another Multimedia Coffee Table Art Book that is being developed and will be released in the fall of 2015. Beny Tchaicovsky (1954-2009) was a painter, musician, award winning computer artist and visionary. His art has been categorized as Surrealism or Fantastic Realism, he termed his art style as “Esoteric Realism”, in which creativity is used as a tool for self exploration and has a critical role to play in helping to raise humanity consciousness
This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)
Aside its metaphysical and cosmic aspect, much of Beny's work is a critique of society’s obsession with consumerism and war. In the early 90’ Beny began expanding his two dimensional paintings into 3D animation and in the process became one of the pioneering artists who contributed to the history of 3D animation as an art form. Beny’s work has been seen on music albums, DVD’s, magazine covers, billboards and has been displayed in exhibitions in France, Germany, Brazil, and the United States