INTERIORSPhotos: Artists in ResidenceRashid Johnson and Sheree Hovsepian can’t help but bring their work home.by Alix Browne11.25.14Photographer: Matthew Kristall Stylist: Ethel Park1Photographer: Matthew Kristall Stylist: Ethel ParkJohnson and Hovsepian, in their Manhattan townhouse. Johnson wears Prada coat; Dries van Noten sweatpants and shoes; Maison Martin Margiela t-shirt. Hovsepian wears Altuzarra top; Max Mara skirt; Gerard Yosca earrings; (from left) Shylee Rose Jewelry ring, Mateo Bijoux ring, Shylee Rose jewelry ring; Aquazzura pumps; her own wedding ring and band.2Johnson’s Plateaus, part of his show “Islands” at David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, this fall. Photograph by Fredrik Nilsen.3Hovsepian’s Kore, 2014. Photograph by Martin Parsekian.4Installation view of “Islands.” Photograph by Fredrik Nilsen.5Photographer: Matthew KristallIn the living room, a Detonado chair and a racket screen by the Campana brothers, and a gold inflatable butt plug by Paul McCarthy in the corner.6Photographer: Matthew KristallKris Andrews’s The Shape of Time, 2014.7Photographer: Matthew KristallDjordje Ozbolt’s Gentlemen of Ngongo (4), 2012, hangs in the kitchen.8Photographer: Matthew KristallJohnson’s collection of Black Panther newspapers and a found African mask.9Photographer: Matthew KristallThe library, with a table by Johnson and his sculpture Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos, 2010, and on the wall (from left) Ellen Gallagher’s Abu Simbel, 2005, and a hand tapestry by Mai-Thu Perret.10Photographer: Matthew KristallWilliam Pope.L’s Black People Are Needy, 2012.11Photographer: Matthew KristallAnother view of the library.12Hovsepian’s Sister #1, 2012. Photograph by Martin Parsekian.13Photographer: Matthew Kristall Stylist: Ethel ParkHovsepian and Johnson with their son, Julius. Hovsepian wears Chloe dress; Christopher Kane skirt; Gerard Yosca earrings; Manolo Blahnik shoes. Johnson wears Walter van Beirendonck jacket; Maison Martin Margiela t-shirt; Dries van Noten sweatpants; his own sunglasses, bracelet, and watch.14In the “black room,” from left: Tony Lewis’s People ad Roloc Foo, 2012, and Glenn Ligon’s Warm Broad Glow, 2005.15Photographer: Matthew KristallJulius Johnson’s artworks.16Photographer: Matthew KristallFloor-to-ceiling bookshelves are put to good use in the library.17Photographer: Matthew KristallSam Gilliam’s Helles, 1965, in the kitchen.