Gary has exhibited in many galleries and museums throughout North Ameria and Europe including The Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), the Jonathan LeVine Gallery (New York), MondoPOP Gallery (Sydney), The Antonio Colombo Gallery (Milan), Steve Lazarides/The Outsiders (London, UK), Matthew Namour Gallery (Montreal, Canada), Wanrooij Gallery (Amsterdam) and The Andy Warhol Museum.
Gary has worked for clients including Sony, Warner Brothers, Converse, Nintento, Time, Rolling Stone, Newsweek, GQ, Esquire, LA Times, The New Yorker, Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and others. He has been featured and interviewed in the CBC National, Maclean’s, Fashion Television, MuchMusic, the National Post, the Globe and Mail and many others. A short film on his art entitled “Gary Taxali: The Art of Whimsy) premiered at the Canadian Art Film Festival in March 2015.
Gary has also collaborated with various brands and integrated his art in various mediums including releasing collectible designer toys, writing and illustrating a children’s book titled “This Is Silly!” published by Scholastic and created artist-designed silk pocket squares for Canada’s major men’s retailer, Harry Rosen, is the Toronto artist for Gap Inc. headquarters for Old Navy amongst his many projects. Gary created the cover art and inside illustrations for Aimee Mann’s album @#%&*! Smilers, which earned a 2009 Grammy Award Nomination for Best Art Package. Gary designed six celebration coins for the Royal Canadian Mint in 2012. He was also a member of the Stamp Advisory Committee for Canada Post.