It's an interesting theme to tackle for artists.. depicting God. Probably too difficult a task to accomplish with paint. My interpretation of God would have to be an installation of a rain forest, where life and death happily live side by side.
"The better pieces in 100 Artists make the whole thing worth seeing, creakings and crankiness notwithstanding. Predictably, though, the best piece of all - an oil of canvas by Gerhard Richter called Grey (Grau) - seeks to distance itself from the curators and their problematic contexts. It is, as Richter himself says, "a monochrome grey painting, oil on canvas" which shows "the only possible representation/image of God". "