This February, Minneapolis' Walker Art Center welcomes Lifelike, an exhibition of startlingly real work. With over ninety pieces, Lifelike celebrates 50 years of artworks based on the common place. You'll see massive milk cartons, painstakingly reproduced rooms, and surreal human sculptures. It's all pretty amazing. And, it all turns the everyday into something truly unbelievable.

Included is Maurizio Cattelan's Untitled (2011), shown above, a playful installation with giant proportions.

The exhibition will run from Febuary 25 to May 27, 2012.

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