Hans Aurenhammer has been Professor of Art History with a focus on the Renaissance at Goethe University Frankfurt am Main since 2008. He has taught at the universities of Vienna, Venice, Berlin, Dresden, and Paris, is a corresponding member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, and was chairman of the scientific advisory board of the German Study Centre in Venice. His research focuses on Italian Renaissance art and architecture, the theory of art and architecture in the early modern period, and the history of the study of art history in the 19th and 20th centuries. The following publications were recently co-edited by him: Das Problem der Form. Interferenzen zwischen moderner Kunst und Kunstwissenschaft (The Problem of Form: Interferences between Modern Art and Art History), 2016; Tizian und das Venedig der Renaissance (Titian and the Venice of the Renaissance), 2019. He is currently collaborating on the annotated new translation of Leonardo’s painting treatise and is preparing the critical edition of the unpublished first version of Otto Pacht’s Gestaltungsprinzipien from 1932.