365 Days of Art: June 12 – Pollock Committed to Rehab

Framed by abstract sculpture, Peggy Guggenheim and Jackson Pollock stand in front of one of his paintings.
Peggy and Pollock

June 12, 1938

Jackson Pollock is committed to rehab by his brother, in the Westchester Division of NY Hospital. This is three days after he was fired by the Federal Arts Project for “continued absence.”