1865 Salon Académie: Scene of War in the Middle Ages.
1866 Salon: The Steeplechase.
1867 Salon: Bellelli family.
1868 Salon: Fiocre in the Ballet"La Source."
1869 Salon: Several works.
Gallery of Van Praet in Brussels, Belgium.
1870 Exhibits The Orchestra of the Opera in Lille.
1874 April: First Impressionist Exhibition; exhibits 10 works.
1876 Second Impressionist Exhibition; exhibits 24 works.
1877 Third Impressionist Exhibition; contributes over 20 prints, monotypes, and paintings.
1879 Fourth Impressionist Exhibition; contributes 25 works.
1880 Fifth Impressionist Exhibition; contributes approximately eight prints, paintings, and drawings.
1881 Sixth Impressionist Exhibition; primarily contributes pastels, as well as his highly experimental sculpture The Little Dancer.
1886 Final Impressionist Exhibition in Paris; contributes 5 oil paintings and 10 pastels.
Durand-Ruel Impressionist Exhibition, New York; contributes 23 works.
1887 Shows two pastels in New York.
1888 Boussod et Valadon Gallery: nine pastels.
1889 Durand-Ruel:Peintres-graveurs; exhibits two lithographs.
1891 Shows several pictures in London.
École des Beaux-Arts: one lithograph.
1892 Solo exhibition at Durand-Ruel, Paris, devoted to landscape pastels and monotypes.
1893 Shows L'Absinthe in London at Christie’s & Grafton galleries.
Additional works at Boussod et Valadon, London.
1894 Camentron Gallery, Paris.
Durand-Ruel: landscape monotypes.
Several pictures exhibited in Cleveland, US.
1895 Tasset et L'hôte: photographs.
1896 Durand-Ruel: substantial exhibition from various periods, including bathers.
1897 Works shown in Pittsburgh, US, and Dresden, Germany.
1898 Several pictures in London, UK and Pittsburgh, US.
Cassirer Gallery, Berlin, Germany: Liebermann, Meunier, and Degas.
Durand-Ruel: large Impressionist exxhibition.
1899 Cassirer Gallery, Berlin, Germany: Manet, Degas, Puvis de Chavannes, and Slevogt.
Works shown in Pittsburgh, US, and London
1900 Munich Secession.
Works shown in Pittsburgh, US.
1900 Munich Secession.
1901 Durand-Ruel: retrospective of 20 works.
1903 Berlin Secessionexhibition.
Bernheim Impressionism exhibition.
1904 La Libre Esthétique, Brussels: 15 works.
1905 Grafton Gallery, London, organized by Durand-Ruel: 34 works.
1906–1910 Mixed showings in Stuttgart, Moscow, Brussels, London, Cincinnati, Budapest, and elsewhere.
1907 Modern French Paintings, Manchester.
Strasbourg: several works.
1908 Cincinnati Museum, Impressionist Exhibition: 3 works.
1909 Bernheim-Jeune, Paris.
1910 International Society, London.
Impressionist Exhibition, Florence.
Potter Palmer collection, Chicago.
1911 Fogg Art Museum: 12 works.
1912 Rouart Auction.
1913 Cassirer Gallery, Berlin Degas/Cézanne: 29 works.
1914 Grosvenor House Exhibition, London.
Berlin Secession show.
1915 Knoedler Gallery, New York: 26 works.
1916 Durand-Ruel Gallery, New York: Manet and Degas.
1917 Grosvenor Gallery, London.
1924 Degas, Georges Petit Gallery, Paris.
1926 Retrospective Exhibition of French Art, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
1930 Havemeyer Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
1931 Degas, Portratist, Sculptor, Orangery Museum, Paris.
1934 Degas, Harriman Gallery, US.
1936 Degas, The Pennsylvania Museum of Art, Philadelphia.
1937 Masterpieces by Degas, Durand-Ruel, New York.
Degas, Orangery Museum, Paris
1969 Degas, Works of the Louvre Museum, Orangery Museum, Paris.
1977 Degas in the Metropolitan, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
1979 Degas: 1879, The National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh.
1984 Degas, the Dancers, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.
1988–1989 Degas, Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Paris/Metropolitan;
Museum of Art, New York; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
1994 Edgar Degas: The Many Dimensions of a Master French Impressionist,
Miami, Florida; Dayton, Ohio.
Origins of Impressionism, Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Paris.
Degas, Portraits, Kunsthaus Zürich; Kunsthalle Tübingen.
1996 Degas: Beyond Impressionism, National Gallery, UK.
1997 Degas: Beyond Impressionism, Art Institute of Chicago, New York.
2002–2003 Degas and the Dance, Detroit Institute of Arts; Philadelphia Museum of Art.
2004–2005 Impressionism: Treasures from the National Collection of France, Beijing; Shanghai; Hong Kong.
2005 Degas, Sickert, and Toulouse-Lautrec, Tate Britain, London.
2008 Degas, the Process of Creation, Foundation Mapfre, Madrid.
2009 Degas, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg.
2010 Edgar Degas, Museum of Art, Yokohama.
Delacroix to Degas,Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto.
Picasso Looks at Degas, Clark Art Institute, Williamston;Museu Picasso, Barcelona.
Degas: Sculptor, Diligent Museum of Art, Roubaix
2012 Degas, Società Promotrice Delle Belle Arti, Turino.
2015 Degas, An Impressionist Painter?, Museum of Impressionism, Giverny.
2016 Degas: A New Vision, Melbourne; Houston.
Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty, Museum of Modern Art, New York.
2017 Degas: A Passion for Perfection, Fitzwilliam Museum, , Cambridge; Denver Art Museum.
2018 Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist, Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland.
2019–2020 Degas at the Opera, Musée d’Orsay, Paris.