Frank Schroder's Crowd of Women is an ongoing collection of 150 plus portraits of women painted from 1909-1959. Collected over the last 7-10 years from flea markets, thriftshops and cheap auctions, the former painter gives them a social tag by calling them a "collective." Whatever the theoretical intent, the result points toward individuality. Who is this woman? Who painted her? Representative of many styles and sentimental towards kitsch, these paintings inhabit the netherland of art, one that disappears into middle class attics once the painting's sitter is no longer known to its owner. We are not moved by talk of recontextualization and such; the effect of this 'Crowd' is personal: we meet their gaze, and we wonder...