What masterpieces would you own if money was no object? That’s the question, and central premise, behind The Impossible Collection. Written by Phillipe Segalot and Frank Giraud, two famed art dealers, the book is their vision of the ideal contemporary collection. Work spans styles and genres, and when viewed together presents a unique and full picture of the modern and contemporary art landscape. While the practice of putting it all together might have considered a money is no object approach, owning the volume will cost $500. Then again, that tariff does make the Impossible just a bit tangible. From Assouline and Amazon.