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Max Carocci’s curatorial experience covers several exhibitions and numerous collaborations, as well as consultancies for various public and private institutions.

Max has been involved in collecting, cataloguing, advising on, and revising archival records for various museums, among which: The British Museum in London; The American Museum in Bristol, UK; the Horniman Museum, London; Hastings Museum, UK; Exeter’s Royal Albert Museum; and the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Outside the UK he has worked with the Museum Volkenkunde in Leiden (NL); the Historisches und Völkerkundenmuseum, St. Gallen, CH; the Weltkulturen Museum in Frankfurt, Germany; and La Rochelle’s Musée du Nouveau Monde in France.


In addition to working on museum collections, Max has been a consultant to private galleries such as Rainmaker, Bristol, UK; and institutions such as Bohnams Auction House, the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, and the Royal Academy in London.

Imaging the Field: Sketches and Drawings from the RAI Archives (online exhibition, London 2023)

Borders and Boundaries (ArtVentures Gallery, Fayetteville, USA 2018- touring)


Volume 0: Two Native American Artists and Venice’s Renaissance (with Zuecca Projects for Venice Biennale 2019)


The Common Thread (Weltkultren Museum, Frankfurt 2016)


Imagi/Nations: Native American Photographs from the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland (RAI, London 2012)


First Peoples-Second City: Paintings by Chris and Debra Pappan (Rainmaker Gallery, Bristol, 2014)


Warriors of the Plains (British Museum, London 2010- Manchester, Leeds, Dublin, Exeter 2010-2104)

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