The amazing story of painter and traveler, Fyodor Konyukhov

In addition to Konyukhov's artworks, historic artifacts from his journeys will also be displayed at the exhibition. Among them are the paddles he used to cross the Pacific Ocean in 159 days, the equipment used when he climbed Mount Everest, and other objects that have been in extreme places on the planet. // Fjord Nansen, 1983

In addition to Konyukhov's artworks, historic artifacts from his journeys will also be displayed at the exhibition. Among them are the paddles he used to cross the Pacific Ocean in 159 days, the equipment used when he climbed Mount Everest, and other objects that have been in extreme places on the planet. // Fjord Nansen, 1983

Fedor Konyukhov, Courtesy of MMOMA
The Moscow Museum of Modern Art is currently presenting pictures by Fyodor Konyukhov, a priest, a writer, an artist, and a traveler.
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