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The exhibition shows a naked man who has been woken up by a spirit. That young man is believed to represent Tommasso de Cavalieri. It also showcases the handwritten poems to Tommasso de Cavalieri.
Michelangelo fell for the outstanding beauty, gracious manners and intellect of that young man, says the curator Stephanie Buck. "These extremely complex and beautiful works show Michelangelo's power of invention, the immense creativity and mastery in the medium," says Buck.
The exhibition is built around Michelangelo"s The Dream (Il Sogno), considered one of the greatest of all renaissance drawings, given to the gallery in 1978. The exhibition lasts till May 16.