One-man exhibitions:
Kootz Gallery, New York (January and October 1965)
Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo (1966, 1989)
Gutai Pinacotheca, Osaka (1966)
Fischbach Gallery, New York (1967, 1969)
Artisan Gallery, Houston (1970)
Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 2008 New York Times review
David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe NM, 2012
Tadasky/1964-2008: Control+Invention, D. Wigmore Fine Art, New York City (2015) New Criterion review
Tadasky – Series D, 499 Park Avenue, New York City (2018)
Tadasky: Pushing Boundaries, David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe NM, August 24-September 29, 2018  Review
Expanding Visions, D.Wigmore Fine Art, New York. September-November 2021

Two-man exhibitions:
Clossens Gallery, Cincinnatti, Ohio (with Gene Davis)
Gene Davis – Tadasky: Time, Dimension, and Color Explored, D. Wigmore Fine Art, 2013

Major group exhibitions:
Museum of Modern Art, New York: “The Responsive Eye,” 1965
Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, NY: “Kinetic and Optic Art Today,” 1965
The Larry Aldrich Museum, “Highlights of the 1964-65 Art Season,” Ridgefield, CT, 1965
Krannert Art Museum, Champaign, IL: “Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture,” 1965
National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo: “Japanese Artists Abroad,” 1965
“Pop and Op,” traveling exhibition organized by Castelli Gallery, New York, NY, 1965
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia: “Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture,” 1966
Museum of Modern Art, New York: “Kinetics and Optics,” traveling exhibition 1965-66
“The New Japanese Painting and Sculpture,” traveling exhibition organized by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1966
Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MA: “Creative Arts Awards, 1957-1966,” 1966
Asahi Shinbun “17th Annual Susakuten,” Tokyo, 1967
The Jewish Museum, New York, NY: “The Harry N. Abrams Family Collection,” 1967
Washington University Gallery of Art, St. Louis, MO: “Homage to Albers,” 1968
National Museum of Art, Buenos Aires: “Paintings from the Albright-Knox Gallery Collection” 1969
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana: “Recent Accessions, 1966-72,” 1972
University Art Museum (now Blanton Art Museum), University of Texas at Austin: “The James A. Michener Collection: Twentieth Century American Paintings,” 1977
Princeton University Art Museum, NJ: “William C. Seitz Memorial Collection,” 1977
Blanton Art Museum, Austin, TX: “Twister: Moving through Color,” 2004
Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, NY: “Extreme Abstraction,” 2005
Albany State Museum, Albany, NY: “Op Art Revisited” 2006
Columbus Museum of Art in Columbus, Ohio: “Optic Nerve: Perceptual Art of the 1960s,” 2007
Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn, NY: “Pop and Op,” 2008
“Resounding Spirit: Japanese Contemporary Art of the 1960s,” traveling exhibition from  Gibson Gallery at State University of New York at Potsdam, 2007, Ottawa Citizen Review
Freedom to Experiment: American Abstraction, 1945-1975,” D. Wigmore, Fine Art Gallery, New York City, 2007
Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn, NY: “Pop and Op,” 2008
D. Wigmore Fine Art, New York: “Four Optic Visionaries” 2008
“Exploring Black and White: The 1930s Through the 1960s,” 2009
“Structured Color,” 2011 
Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Buenos Aires, Argentina: “A Global Exchange. Geometric Abstraction Since 1950,” 2012
Lowe Art Museum, Coral Gables, FL: “Adapting and Adopting,” 2012-2013
Grand Palais, Paris: “Dynamo: Space and Vision in Art, from Today Back to 1913,” 2013
David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe: “The Responsive Eye” Fifty Years After, 2015
Hallmark Art Collection, Kansas City, MO: “Op Art in America,” 2015
D. Wigmore Fine Art, New York, “1960s Hard Edge Painting,” 2015
Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Buenos Aires, Argentina: “Geometric Obsession,” 2015
El Museo del Barrio, New York, “The Illusive Eye: an International Survey on Kinetic and Op Art,” 2016
D. Wigmore Fine Art, New York, ” 1960s  American Op Art,” 2016
Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin, Expanding Abstraction: Pushing the Boundaries of Painting in the Americas, 1958–1983, Fall 2020
Oklahoma City Museum of Art, “Moving Vision: Op and Kinetic Art from the Sixties and Seventies,” February-May 2021
D.Wigmore Fine Art, New York, “Homage to the Square: Albers’ Influence on Geometric Abstraction,” February-May 2021