‘We The People’ (2017) is a site-specific painting by Los Angeles artist Mark Bradford created for the new U.S. Embassy building in London. The painting, which is comprised of 32 ten-foot square panels and took a year to complete, occupies the entirety of the Embassy’s atrium. ‘We The People’ depicts fragments and full articles from the U.S. Constitution, a text that the artist has integrated into his works since 2013. The upper left corner of this monumental painting begins with the Preamble to the Constitution, which states where political power resides: the People. Taken as a whole, the panels recreate the introduction of this document rendered in Bradford’s abstract visual language.