1 of 8 100 Artists See God opens at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London on Friday. It explores artists' notions of religion and power. This is Leonard Nimoy's Shekhina. Nimoy - best known for his role in Star Trek - is also a keen photographer.
2 of 8 The emphasis of the exhibition is on representation rather than the artist's own personal belief. Damien Hirst submitted shelves of drugs to represent "god".
3 of 8 The exhibition is curated by US artists John Baldessari and Meg Cranston, and has already been seen across the US. This is Simon Patterson's Landskip.
4 of 8 Chris Burden's New Dog and New Moon is another exhibit in the exhibition.
5 of 8 Paul McCarthy seeks divine inspiration in the woods in this untitled work.
6 of 8 Luciano Perna's God Luck! features in the collection, which seeks to "reflect the pervasive, often ambiguous way God exists in and affects our culture".
7 of 8 Sam Durant contributed RM Schindler Church. The contributions come from religious, atheist and agnostic viewpoints.
8 of 8 The exhibition also features this 1972 work by Roy Lichtenstein, Mirror #8. It runs at the ICA in central London until 9 January.