ARTIQ are delighted to launch their first artist residency programme, starting with an exclusive series of artist performances and an immersive event hosted by ARTIQ, Ennismore and artist Olha Pryymak at Sessions House.

The stunning Grade II*-listed, Palladian-style building is the latest development by Ennismore (The Hoxton, Gleneagles, NoCo), and will house their growing team, as well as providing stunning and atmospheric spaces for exclusive events and happenings.

The artist residency is the second collaboration between ARTIQ and Ennismore, who first worked together on the renovation of world-famous iconic hotel Gleneagles.

Starting in November, the residency showcased the work of Ukranian-born, London-based painter, Olha Pryymak. Olha’s body of work originates from a fascination with ancient folk medicine and was inspired by her research trips to rural Latvia, as well as by her family’s origins as herbalists. Guests and visitors to Sessions House had the opportunity to experience a subversive take on the traditional afternoon tea, joining Olha for an intimate exploration on the themes of dialogue, memory and wellness.

The residency culminated in an exclusive evening event on Thursday 6th December hosted by ARTIQ at Sessions House, bringing together artists, creatives and friends of ARTIQ and Ennismore for an evening of art and experience featuring an immersive installation, a choral performance and an exclusive Silent Pool gin cocktail developed by Olha and ARTIQ.

To find out more about ARTIQ in Residence, please contact your consultant or