Biljana Jurukovski

Frequently asked Questions

Found below are some questions Biljana is frequently asked. For more nuanced questions, please contact us via, and we will endeavor to get back to you as soon as possible.

All of Biljana’s prints can be shipped worldwide from our studio in Sydney, Australia.

Orders can only be placed by contacting Biljana Jurukovski Photography directly, or galleries that exhibit her work. 

Biljana takes enormous pride in every photo, which is why an extremely personal approach is taken with every client, taking the time to finalise the print size and any other specifications clients desire. 

The most efficient way to receive a quote is by sending us an email through the ‘Contact Us section. 

Please note that with all prints, the pricing will vary depending on size and the type of edition. Every Fine Art Print is made to order, undertaking a rigorous inspection process before shipping. This allows us to ensure that all purchases are made as stipulated.

Due to the customised nature of all orders, Biljana Jurukovski Photography does not offer any returns on international shipping.

All of Biljana’s prints are couriered worldwide and include free shipping. In order to preserve their integrity, each print is rolled in a sturdy tube for maximum protection.

Biljana Jurukovski Photography strictly uses museum-grade paper stock from highly acclaimed manufacturers. All photos are printed on Hahnemuhle 308 gsm cotton rag, known to be one of the world’s best fine art paper that produces outstanding prints with vibrant colours, striking contrasts, and seamless colour graduations. The 100% Cotton rag finish lends a slightly felt structure, giving the artwork an impressive pictorial depth. 

After years of experience in creating both colour and black and white fine art photos, Biljana has selected the best paper stock and finish to accentuate the subject matter of the photo, doing the rich culture and beauty of the tribes its deserved justice. The museum-grade papers Biljana uses are certified by the manufacturer to be acid-free and guarantee over 200 years of image permanency.

You can find limited edition prints by downloading the catalogue on the ‘Limited Edition Prints’ page, which are produced in set print and edition sizes that are signed and numbered by Biljana at the back. 

The limited edition prints are designed to be unique and valuable given their limited production. Please be prepared for the prints to take up to five working days to be shipped once the order has been placed.

The Certificate of Authenticity (COA) provides additional information about the artwork, such as; edition number, print size, the medium used, date of printing, the year the photo was taken, as well as other information regarding the print. The COA is signed, dated, and embossed by Biljana herself.

Photographic prints are sold for display purposes only. Scanning or copying prints in any capacity are considered an infringement on Biljana’s copyright, and a violation of federal copyright law. Biljana Jurukovski reserves all copyrights to her work. 

All countries have their own regulations and laws surrounding the importing of certain products. Unfortunately, we don’t have any control over these charges. Because of the variability of laws, we are unable to provide estimates of the import costs for individual countries as they differ worldwide. Please note that understanding import restrictions and the payments of any associated import customs and taxes is the responsibility of the purchaser/receiver.

Over the years Biljana has been involved in and supported numerous charity events and organisations by donating limited edition prints with 100% of the sales going towards charity. 

Outside of charity events, Biljana continues to donate a portion of every sale to a charity organisation chosen by the client.

Biljana would love to take part in collaborations with both art galleries and consultants. Please email with any expressions of interest.

Africa is one of the many countries that has not been able to escape the modern phenomenon of culture-homogenisation, with numerous pockets of tradition already having faded, only living on in the memories of the current population or in the museums of small villages. With an increasing population, the rise of globalisation, famine and disease plaguing the people, and the effects of conflict still lingering, bountiful traditions that have endured centuries are under severe threat. Through my work, I aim to foster a deeper connection with both their distinctive cultural identities and surrounding cultures.

Biljana’s time spent in Africa has definitely affirmed that this world has limited space to accommodate the traditions of centuries ago, slowly diffusing them with the fast-paced nature of our current society. However, to Biljana, this only highlights the urgency to preserve these cultures as much as possible.

It is through these rich tribes that the cornerstones of humanity are presented in their purest form, forcing introspection and realignment. It has been a privilege to experience such richness firsthand.