'A new and beautiful and interesting disease ' was how the critic Arthur Symons described decadence in 1893. Over a century later, it seems there is still no definitive cure. A preference for artifice over nature, for the transgressive over the routine, and a sense of jaded disillusionment: the symptoms of decadence endure today. In such decadent times, we are pleased to present 'Decadents', an exhibition about this ongoing condition, with works by Rebecca Stevenson, Gill Button, Troy Brooks and Ray Caesar. It will be Ray Caesar's first London gallery exhibition since 2010 and...