Nikola-Lenivets is the largest art park in Europe (650 ha) around a tiny village in Dzerzhinsky district of Kaluga region. Here, right under the open sky, a collection of works of modern art and architecture has developed, including more than 30 spatial sculptures and about 100 objects and art projects. This is the only place in Russia, which showcases landscape installations by the best Russian and international artists. Many of the Nikola-Lenivets art objects have become iconic for modern culture. Artists and architects of international level, as well as local residents participated in their creation. The project’s ideologist is the artist Nikolai Polissky. Art park’s development drivers include major cultural events, such as the International Festival of Landscape Objects Archstoyaniye, the Music and Light Festival Signal, Archstoyaniye for kids, Maslenitsa and creative residences for young and talented artists.