Info showcases the railroad work of British artist Andrew Cross.

Available to view are major exhibited video works plus additional material. A small selection from the extensive body of stills photographs is also included.

An avid train enthusiast since and early age Andrew began following North American Railroads from the mid 1990s.

The book Some Trains in America was published by Prestel in 2002 and included photographs taken on numerous road-trips made since 1995.

Andrew began producing video works in 2002 while artist-in-residence at the Atlantic Center for the Arts, Florida. Work from this period were short-listed for the 2004 Beck’s Futures Prize. A further selection of railroad videos was exhibited at George Eastman House, Rochester NY in 2008. In 2014 a major exhibition commission was received from the UK National Railway Museum, York.

Andrew’s activities in pursuit of trains in California and Nevada feature in Alex Nevill’s documentary film Ferroequinology was featured at the 2022 Slamdance Film Festival and due to be screened at further film festivals later this year including the Fine Art Arts Film Festival hosted by Venice ICA, California in June.

Reviews of Ferroequinology at Slamdance: Vague Visages / Daily Utah Chronicle

Trains are part Andrew’s wider work as a visual artist in which landscape, and transport infrastructure are recurrent themes. His work has been widely exhibited and published. He is currently an Associate Lecturer in the Faculty of Creative Industries, Solent University and a visiting tutor at the School of Architecture, University of Nottingham.

High quality limited edition prints of photographs are available in a range of sizes.

For all enquires:

@sometrains @andrewcrossstuff