The LDS Church’s History Museum in downtown Salt Lake City unveiled two new art exhibits Thursday.

The first features the work of Argentine artist Jorge Cocco Santángelo, depicting “Sacred Events from the Life of Christ.” He uses a style called “sacrocubism” to showcase episodes in Christ’s ministry as described in the New Testament.

The second exhibit, “Light & Life: Stories and Photographs of a Global Faith,” is made up of a set of large-scale photographs by Cody Bell and Leslie Nilsson that document, a news release says, the “everyday lives” of 34 Mormons across six continents.

Together, the exhibits are intended to highlight the Utah-based faith’s growing global membership.