Biography and informationEdit
People's Artist of the Russian Federation, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Arts.
Born in 1927 in Moscow. From 1942 to 1947 studied at the Art School "In Memory of 1905". Graduated from Moscow State Academic Institute. IN AND. Surikova (1953). Secretary of the Board of the Union of Artists of Russia. Head easel workshop MGHI im. IN AND. Surikova, professor.
B.A. Uspensky is a regular participant in art exhibitions. The artist's works are in the State Tretyakov Gallery, the State Russian Museum, in galleries and museums in Russia and abroad.
1927 Born in Moscow.
1953 Graduated from Moscow State Art Institute. V.I. Surikov, workshop of M.M. Cheremnykh, N.A. Ponomarev.
One of the leading masters of the political poster.
1953-1963 Creates socio-political posters for the Izogiz publishing house. Works in collaboration with O. M. Savostyuk until the mid-1980s.
1957-1980 Collaborates in the Agitplakat workshop of the Union of Artists of the USSR.
1960-1970s Creates theater posters, mainly for the ballet performances of the Bolshoi Theater.
Since 1962, teaching at the easel graphics workshop of the Moscow State Art Institute. V.I. Surikova.
1963-1966 Fulfills the orders of the publishing house "Soviet Artist" on topics of international politics, environmental protection, scientific achievements, space exploration.
1968 Designs the interior of the international poster Biennale exhibition in Warsaw.
1968-1969 Performs posters at the publishing house "Soviet Russia".
1970 Awarded the title of Honored Artist of the RSFSR.
1973 Awarded the Silver Medal of the Studio. M.V. Grekova.
1970-1974 Makes posters for the Fine Arts publishing house.
1971-1972 Creates a series of graphic works dedicated to the people of Karelia.
1975-1990 Actively collaborates in the publishing house "Poster".
1980 Awarded the title of People's Artist of the RSFSR.
In the 1980-1990s, he was mainly engaged in easel graphics.
1984 Awarded the title of professor.
Since 1988, a corresponding member of the Academy of Fine Arts. 2005 Died in Moscow.