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Chapman Brothers plan tattoo parlour for Hastings

Artists the Chapman brothers, who grew up in Hastings, are planning to open a tattoo parlour as part of a homecoming art exhibition at the Jerwood Gallery.

Dinos and Jake - the "bad boys" of the British art movement - are famous for reworking paintings by Goya and Adolph Hitler.

They plan to do the same to paintings from the town's rummage shops for an exhibition in the autumn paid for with a crowdfunding scheme that must first raise £25,000.

BBC South East Today's Robin Gibson spoke to Jake Chapman and director of the Jerwood Gallery Liz Gilmore.

  • 25 Jun 2014
  • From the section Sussex
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